Reviewed by K-Town Shopper from near Knoxville, TN on Tuesday, October 9, 2012
These curtains are so nice that I have re-ordered them for a second house. Yes, they are wrinkled out of the package...what curtains are not? As others have suggested, a round in the dryer with a damp towel helps, and an iron works too. (I've tried both since I now have more than 5 pairs of these cu...
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Reviewed by thesetwo from Arizona on Monday, December 7, 2015
I thought the curtains were a good buy. I like the fact they have a backing but aren't total room darkening. But the package had been opened and even though the label said they size was 80 X 84" one of the two sets we ordered turned out to be short. I was very disappointed I couldn't use them were I'd planned in a room with two windows of the same size. The other problem I had was they shrunk, even though I washed in cold on gentle and hung out to dry.
Answered on 10/31/2014 9:37:40 AM by Blegger from Wyoming
Yes, they are black out curtains.
Answered on 10/31/2014 9:45:33 AM by Savvy shopper from Shelby Township, MI
no, they are not. They have a white backing that certainly helps cut out the light but I use blinds behind them. they are lovely drapes and I am very please with them
Answered on 10/31/2014 9:47:07 AM by Joanie H from colorado
No, they are not total black out. They block, by my unscientific estimate (smile), about 70% - 80% of the light. They're very good. I would say they would block out more light if I had bought larger panels. Part of the problem is the light coming in on the sides of the window. My panels don't cover that. If you have room, and you want total block out, buy larger panels than you would with regular curtains.
Answered on 10/31/2014 12:27:43 PM by Anonymous from Colorado
The ad says, "perfect for day sleepers." Although they aren't specifically described as "blackout," they are thick & insulated. I have the off-white & they had a bit of a tendency to gap on a 6' wide patio door. I ordered a 2nd set so now I have no gap & a fuller look. On a 5' window or door, they should give complete coverage.
Answered on 10/31/2014 12:36:12 PM by Honeysuckle from North Texas
Technically no. Despite the thermal lining, they are translucent, admitting some filtered light.
Answered on 10/31/2014 3:59:49 PM by Brenda from Maine
I have them in a room without direct sunlight. When closed the tan colored curtains allow plenty of light to get through. If they were dark blue or black you would get a different effect. I have similar ones on the same side of the house, but in dark blue. When closed those curtains make the room very dark. Hope this helps.
Answered on 10/31/2014 4:37:23 PM by Sue from Silverdale, wa
They are not describe by the manufacture as black out curtains. However they do provide black out. FYI make sure you buy enough panels (pay attention to the width) you may need to buy more to cover entire window. I didn't realize I needed more width and had to make a 2nd order.
Answered on 11/1/2014 12:42:58 PM by Regrn5 from Philadelphia
At Sierra we have a 100% satisfaction guarantee so if you are not happy with your purchase for any reason, please return it to us as soon as possible. Products purchased within 6 months of the order date will receive a refund by the original payment method. For returns on purchases over 6 months old, a gift card will be issued. If you feel we have made a mistake in filling your order, we will gladly refund your shipping charges as well.
Answered on 1/21/2013 12:00:00 AM by Product Specialist from Sierra Trading Post