Sound Asleep 60" x 80" Blackout Window Curtain Liner Pair
Transform any curtain panel or drapery into a blackout window treatment by adding the Sound Asleep Blackout Curtain Liner, the Official Curtain Liner of the National Sleep Foundation. No need to part with your existing curtains; simply hang Sound Asleep Blackout Liners behind your existing curtains and instantly enjoy all of the light blocking and noise reducing benefits in any room in your home. The Sound Asleep Liner is a true multi-purpose blackout liner that not only blocks light, but adds insulating properties to your current window treatments. Easy to install drapery hooks allow you to use these blackout liners with any style curtain, or hang from a separate rod to use on its own. Use side hook closures for total privacy. 100% polyester. Available as a single panel measuring 42" wide, as well as in panel pairs measuring 30" wide each. Fits up to a 1 1/2" in diameter rod. Machine wash. Imported.
Sound Asleep™ 60" x 80" Blackout Window Curtain Liner Pair 5 5
Not truly "Blackout" - misleading name I have a pair of true blackout curtains that I purchased several years ago from BBB. These curtains are not "Blackout" and the name is very misleading. It's one thing to darken a room, but it's a completely another thing to "black" it out. These curtains are inappropriately and misleadingly labeled "blackout" when they do no such thing. I give it a poor review because they do not fulfill the promise of their name. June 10, 2012
Not a blackout, but not bad These curtains are a great, cheaper option than other styles and products. However, hanging them below a tab-top curtain set was a little difficult--a lot of re-hooking--and the curtain really pulls down, after all, it's a heavy curtain. To say, I think that I would like it more if I hung it separately on a different rod. In terms of light-reduction, they really do make a difference. I also secured them to the wall around the window in one spot with a little tape, just to block out any morning sun that might want to peek in on the sides. (I'm trying to convince my child to not wake up at 5 AM.) June 4, 2012
Good but not great These liners do not completely block out light, but they do darken the room. They by no means totally black it out like really high end hotel rooms. I wish they came in a longer length than the 80" that was readily available in the store. (I know Pottery Barn has longer lengths but online only and I needed now; not sure about BBB). That being said, they do dramatically cut down on the light and heat, and are a good, inexpensive alternative to having custom black out blinds made. I'd have custom made if I wasn't renting, but in the mean time, I'm pretty happy with these. May 4, 2012
Love Love Love This product is wonderful - I love the blackout curtain liners. January 6, 2012