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- n. Plural form of weatherstrip.
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Frost is such a powerful disinfectant, that in very cold nights the lung-poisoning atmosphere of few houses can resist its purifying influence; in spite of padded doors, in spite of "weatherstrips" and double windows, it reduces the indoor temperature enough to paralyze the floating disease germs.
She don't own that house; she only rents it, and the next time I go I'll have an order from the agent to put in weatherstrips or clean the chimneys and grates.
But why had she spoken to him of double weatherstrips at the doors and windows, of hangings on the walls, of thick curtains?
So will caulking around the exterior of windows and doors and replacing the weatherstrips of exterior doors.
Also small cracks, leaks in weatherstrips etc should be eliminated.
And it's reducing energy savings that could be had if insulation, caulk, weatherstrips etc. were in place to the greatest extent possible before it gets cold. said about David-Bacon in February: