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Casa Quickie: Locate Leaks With a Candle

If you live in an old house, chances are that you might have some drafts coming in through window and door frames. To find out for sure, light a candle, and hold it along the frames (just don't get too close to any curtains). If the candle flame flickers or smokes, there's a leak. To fix, use caulking or weather stripping in that area.

Have you tried this technique before to locate leaks?

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nancita nancita 7 years
Oooh, this is a good idea. It can be so hard to find the source of leaks in an old house
miesh miesh 7 years
Great idea! I'll try that.
miesh miesh 7 years
Great idea! I'll try that.
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