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Thermalogic Ultimate Blackout Curtain Liner - Insulated

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Overview

About Thermalogic Ultimate Blackout Curtain Liner - Insulated

Closeouts. Thermalogic's Ultimate Blackout curtain liner is a quick fix that does more than save your eyes from sun glare; it protects furnishings from sun fade, makes windows more energy efficient, and is washable.

Specs

Specs about Thermalogic Ultimate Blackout Curtain Liner - Insulated

  • Style: Ring top
  • Panels: 1
  • Fits rod size up to: 1-1/4"
  • Width: 45"
  • Fabric: 80% polyester, 20% cotton
  • Backing: 56% Cotton, 44% Rayon
  • Insulated: Yes
  • Overall weight: 1 lb. 12.5 oz.
  • Care: Machine wash, hang to dry
  • Made in China
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Reviews

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4.603773 5 Overall Rating: 4.6 Based on 106 reviews

Most Helpful 5-Star Review

Reviewed by LynnSmith from Milford, CT on Sunday, January 13, 2013
I bought these for 2 bedrooms to block out light, cold air, and more importantly sound from ongoing construction on our street. I was so impressed with them, that I bought them for my living room as well. I like that they hang on their own rod, so I'm not committed to the dark, heavy, pricier black-... Read More
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Question & Answer

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  • “Each panel is 45" wide. The outside dimensions of my windows is 36". I like to open my curtains in the center. If I buy two for each window, I'm sure I won't like the amount of fullness the liners would have--unless I'm imagining the weight and thickness of the liners.

    Are they supposed to be flat or have the fullness any curtain or drape would have? If I split the panel in half and hang it flat behind the curtain, would it look ok and give me the heat savings I need? ”
    Asked by Tressa from Northeast on 2/15/2015 7:27:13 AM
    • If you split the panel in half and hang both halves in the window, I think they would be fine and you could then open from the center. I used tension rods and hung them sideways with clip on hooks in my wide, shorter windows. I could then hang blinds, curtains or whatever on an outside rod. I also like to hang my rods wider than my windows so when open I don't sacrifice any of the light or view. These would be easy to cut and make whatever size you wanted. 2 panels in your window would be too bulky. I think the flatter they are when closed the better. And I liked mine up against the glass on the tension rods too. Good luck.
      Answered on 2/15/2015 9:37:51 AM by MarJoe camper/hiker from Arizona
    • Understand that these should attach behind a drape or curtain, ideally on the same rod. For maximum benefit they should be flat/flush with the frame. For a 36 inch window, I would think that would be your best solution. The cut edge should be hidden under the drspe or curtain.
      Answered on 2/15/2015 12:12:36 PM by Cyber terrapin from DelMarVa
  • “I want a white or off-white liner. The color choice says 'assorted.' What does that mean?”
    Asked by Tressa from Massachusetts on 1/18/2015 11:40:42 AM
    • I really do not know. My liners are pretty much as pictured, but the dark gray may not be as dark and one pair is more taupe.
      Answered on 1/18/2015 12:11:31 PM by Cyber terrapin from DelMarV
    • The ones I got were white on the outside (faces window) and grey on the inside (facing curtain)
      Answered on 1/18/2015 12:42:51 PM by jvs195 from Northern, VA
  • “Hi, Can these liners be trimmed if they are too long, will they still be effective? Thanks!”
    Asked by HikerGal from NE on 5/23/2014 8:15:47 AM
    • Mine fit perfect. I would suggest measuring your length. I'm sure that they will work even if hemmed.
      Answered on 5/23/2014 8:23:04 AM by Estelle from Michigan
    • Hello,
      I think you could trim and rehem the fabric to make it work
      I don't know if I would just cut them and leave them unhemmed, not sure if they might fray.
      Answered on 5/24/2014 6:36:27 PM by drpamdvm from Colorado
    • I didn't have to but they look like they can be trimmed. Effective in what? Keeping the light and cold out? I'd think so.
      Answered on 5/25/2014 12:06:47 AM by jane the runner from bend, or
    • I really don't see why not....these are good curtains.
      Answered on 5/27/2014 8:40:13 AM by dino from az
  • “What is the weight of each panel?”
    Asked by Lauren again from Northeastern Indiana on 2/19/2014 11:43:48 AM
    • Found it under specs: 1 lb. 10 oz. :-)
      Answered on 3/1/2014 4:25:59 PM by Lauren again from Indiana
  • “How do these attach to rod pocket drapes? You show them used in a picture but doesn't show how.”
    Asked by Joyce from Nevada on 4/5/2013 10:23:57 PM
    • Liner has 1 1/2" diameter metal rings at the top of the curtain.
      Answered on 4/12/2013 3:41:57 PM by Product specialist Marv from Sierra Trading Post
    • I know this is an old question but in case someone else needs an answer. Everything I could find says that you're supposed to used drapery hooks. Attache them to rod pocket panel and hang the liner using the rings or loops.
      Answered on 7/18/2015 4:50:04 AM by MizFit from Earth
    • I know this is an old question but in case someone else needs an answer. Everything I could find says that you're supposed to used drapery hooks. Attache them to rod pocket panel and hang the liner using the rings or loops.
      Answered on 7/18/2015 4:54:37 AM by MizFit from Earth

About Thermalogic

A smart investment in a struggling economy, Thermalogic insulated draperies are designed to lessen the load on your heating system. Made from beautiful fabrics to suit every decorating taste, Thermalogic insulated curtains work their magic by blocking drafts, creating darker sleeping areas, and protecting carpets from sun fading. Designed with an ingenious vapor barrier, Thermalogic insulated draperies and curtains actually impede cold air flow around your windows, creating warmer room temperatures that don’t tax your furnace. Plus, even the most discriminating home decorators will find a fabric that blends right into their decor from the terrific selections at Thermalogic.