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Bubble Wrap Insulation During the cold winter months try this simple DIY method to insulate your windows. Simply mist windows with water and apply bubble wrap (bubble side on glass).

"Line your cooler with Reflectix (aluminized bubble wrap). You can find it at most home improvement stores. It was invented to insulate homes and buildings. Smart campers came up with the idea to use Reflectix to keep the heat out and the cold air in coolers. Cut the Reflectix into pieces that fit, lining the inside of your cooler, including the top/lid. You can even throw a sheet of Reflectix over the outside of your cooler to further insulate it."

"Line your cooler with Reflectix (aluminized bubble wrap). Use Reflectix to keep the heat out and the cold air in coolers. Cut the Reflectix into pieces that fit, lining the inside of your cooler, including the top/lid.

The Crete-Heat Insulated Floor Panel System is an easily assembled modular board insulation, vapor barrier, and radiant tube holding grid. It allows for simplified installation of hydronic radiant floor heating systems in basements, garages, main floor slab on grade and above grade installations where concrete or gypcrete is normally used. Each ...

The Crete-Heat Insulated Floor Panel System is an easily assembled modular board insulation, vapor barrier, and radiant tube holding grid. It allows for simp.

Survival Tip: Use large bubble wrap to insulate old windows during cold winter storms.

Did you know, you can use common bubble wrap as insulation for windows? I had heard of this bubble wrap trick to save energy before, but had never actually gotten around to trying it. Not for every window, but just an idea to consider.