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    Oh sounds like it. $11 sounds way too inexpensive. We went in for an off cut of foam to shove up our unused fireplace... and that was going to be like $50! No thanks! I went to baby buntings yesterday and their bassinet mattresses were much the same quality as the brand replacement I bought, but 1/2 the price. Oh well time to move forward. You win some you lose some! x

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    Glad i commented on this thread coz ive got an unused fireplace i too need to close off. Was going to pay a builder but now I'll just shove some foam up there. Too easy!

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    I hope it works @gorgeousgeorge! Anything to stop the howling wind and occasional grit coming down. Hubby didn’t knock the idea so maybe it was a good one 🤣

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    Quote Originally Posted by augieandaddie View Post
    I hope it works @gorgeousgeorge! Anything to stop the howling wind and occasional grit coming down. Hubby didn’t knock the idea so maybe it was a good one 🤣
    Omg, for the 1st time in 8 years i actually checked out the 2 old fireplaces in my kitchen and the draught was like an aircon coming in to the house! FFS! Have "fixed" it with gaffa tape and an old roll of permicell insulation left over from under the house. It looks like ****e but it works!

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