This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of Review Wire Media for BlindSpotz. All opinions are 100% my own.
How much heat are you wasting with draft windows and doors? It’s a huge problem during the winter, and one that is so easy to fix. But instead of just investing in all new windows (hello expensive!) wouldn’t it be nice to figure out which areas are the worst?
With a simple sticker that reads cold drafts, I was able to see which areas of my house were letting in the most air. I was actually surprised at the results.
The other option – call a contractor to test your windows/doors – is time consuming and might even cost you quite a bit of money!
So now I want to share this easy little hack with you too.
DIY Cold Spot Sensors
First, buy BlindSpotz on Amazon.com. Super easy and you can use your Prime account for free shipping. What you’ll get in the mail will look something like this:
Inside each of the 2 packets are 8 cold-sensing stickers and an instruction book to explain how to use them.
Then the next step is to place the cold spot sensors next to doors and windows that you are worried about.
I placed some in front of my outside doors and a few windows in the bedrooms.
Before you stick them next to the windows, you’ll have to “warm up” the sensors by rubbing them until the circle turns grey. When they are grey, you can put them next to the windows and monitor them over the next 48 hours.
If they turn blue, you know there is a cold spot that needs fixed. You can even send BlindSpotz a pic of your sensor and they will send you information about solutions for your needs.
Check out more about BlindSpotz in this fun video:
Who wants to win some BlindSpotz Cold Sensors? I will be drawing 3 winners for this giveaway. Each winner will win 1 pack (ARV $9.99) of BlindSpotz cold sensors.
Just tell me who will use this: Yourself or will you give it to someone else that needs it?
Rules & Stuff:
Giveaway open to USA, 18+ years only. Giveaway ends February 28, 2018 at 11:59 PM EST. Winners will be drawn randomly and contacted via email. If you won this same prize on another blog, you won’t be eligible to win again.