Reviewed by Cheap Chicago from Chicago, IL on Tuesday, November 8, 2011
I got these on sale for far cheaper than I've ever been able to find. I've lived with standard plastic venetian blinds in my rental apartment for years, and now I finally have upgraded. I bought them to keep the apartment warm in the winter, but they have also improved the generally feeling in my ...
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Reviewed by Cjpeters from Minnesota on Saturday, August 1, 2015
I washed these as instructed and noted rust around the grommets. This fabric also needs to be ironed after washing and it isn't easy getting these curtains presentable. They are inexpensive but still Sierra has offered mush better quality in the past. Very disappointed in this purchase
Reviewed by Susan Hammonds from Tennessee on Tuesday, February 24, 2015
Nice product for the money and what I needed for my window. They sent me one size which was wrong and not what I ordered, but I sent it back (return label was enclosed, so I did not pay to ship back; just my time and a trip to UPS) and they sent me the right length one. I'm just glad I was in no hurry to get these up. The blue pair really stunk, but after I dried in the dryer with bounce, sprayed, and left outside for a day, they are ok but smell is still there somewhat (maybe in time it will completely go away. The lighter color that I also ordered had "NO" smell at all, so I feel the dye in the blue pair must be the culprit.
Reviewed by functional fashionista from Pennsylvania on Wednesday, January 14, 2015
The curtains come pretty wrinkled with fold lines. I spritzed the wrinkles with water and ran the iron over them on the fabric side., being careful as I ironed. They turned out smooth and ready to hang. I like the grommets because they slide so easily on the curtain rod. The color (I got yellow) is very nice. This is not my first set of the thermalogic curtains from STP. great price for this product.
Yes! You should order 2 sets and use 3 panels for coverage and also aesthetics. At that price, 2 sets are probably a better price than one set at regular retail. I also ordered 2 sets so I could put 3 panels on a sliding glass door area.
Answered on 5/28/2015 5:52:37 AM by functional fashionista from Pennsylvania
Yes get three, I have two panels over a 56" opening and it just overlaps.
Answered on 5/28/2015 9:09:45 AM by gingermesiah from utah
My window is about 5" wider than yours. I ordered 2 sets and used both because I like the gathered look instead of just straight across. So it would depend what you want your window to look like, but yes sunlight coverage should be fine no matter what.
Answered on 5/28/2015 2:17:11 PM by Susan Hammonds from Tennessee