The motor on my car window burned out. The window falls down about 2 inches, letting in rain (I only park in a garage and at work, so am fairly safe from thieves).
I can push the window up, but it drifts down again. It will be a few weeks before I can get it to a workshop. In the meantime, I thought to stick something between the window and the car body, on the inside, to keep the window up.
Preferably not something long & thin that might fall into the door. Maybe something wedge shaped, T-shaped, or with a hook or other part which will stop it falling into the car door.
I would guess 1/8th to 1/4 inch wide?
[Update] I have barely 1/16th of an inch to play with, if that. I think I might be able to use something the width of a hacksaw blade, at most.
Which everyday, easy to find object can I wedge between the window and the car door, to prevent the window from slipping down. Preferably nothing too intrusive. It would help if I can just order it from Amazon, as I don't have much access to shops.