Argos shoppers go wild for £15 curtains that will save you from having to put your heating on | The Sun

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FROM electric blankets to heated throws, people are trying all different solutions to stay warm without having to turn their heating on.

And if you're looking to cut back on energy costs as the cold weather hits, then it turns out Argos may just have the perfection solution.

Shoppers have been going wild for the store's £15 'Home Thermal Door Curtain,' which claims to 'help eliminate draughts.'

Thermal lined curtains have been advised as a great way to help keep your house warm as they not only prevent heat loss but will also reduce the amount of times you'll need to put your heating on.


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The online description of the popular product reads: "Perfect for hanging by a draughty door, this thermal curtain helps eliminate draughts to keep your house toasty.

"Made from a thick material, it keeps the warm in and the cold out, so you'll spend less on the central heating.


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"As well as its thermal properties it'll also darken the room and give you privacy."

Available in two different sizes – 117cm wide by 213cm drop (£15) and 16xcm by 212cm drop (£20) – the curtain comes in a plain cream design and has been inundated with five star reviews online.

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"Excellent for my door will keep all the draught out in the winter," enthused one.

A second praised: "Very well made product, and retains heat transfer, Brilliant product and good value."

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A third commented: "Bought this a few weeks back and it’s been a life saver. No more draughty door so I can save money on my heating bills."

Meanwhile, a fourth penned: "Great quality, excellent value, and essential for cold winter months. Would highly recommend item."

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A further added: "I recently moved into my first solo flat and money is tight and I ended up using these as window curtains and saving a load of money!

Soft material and nice neutral colours, can’t yet comment properly on the thermal qualities but happy with the products and great value for money and thick enough for privacy and reducing light."

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