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Solid Thermal Insulated Back Tap Blackout Curtain 52"W x 63"L, 1 Set, Beige

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  • Keep your home decor under wraps with these Solid thermal, insulated blackout curtain.
  • Laboratory test shows these curtains insulate against heat and cold, saving you money & energy.
  • Independent laboratory test also shows curtain blocks out 99.9% of light and 100% of UV ray.
  • Curtains feature innovative fabric construction and Machine washable for easy care.
  • Set: 104 "W x 63" L / Panel: 52"W x 63"L and Can be hung from a standard or decorative curtain rod.
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Solid Thermal Insulated Back Tap Blackout Curtain 52"W  x 63"L, 1 Set, Beige + Kenney Deco Window Curtain Rod, 48 to 86-Inch, Antique White
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Product Details

Color: Beige
  • Product Dimensions: 63 x 52 x 0.1 inches ; 3.5 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 3.3 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • Origin: Imported (China)
  • ASIN: B001A662BE
  • Item model number: BO-SOLID-63-BEIGE
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (828 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #2,195 in Home & Kitchen (See Top 100 in Home & Kitchen)
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Product Description

Color: Beige

Best Home Fashion introduces the new Blackout Curtain. It features innovative fabric construction. Compare to the other curtains, our product is extremely SOFT and DRAPERY. The sophisticated designs allow you to decorate your windows with great styles. NEVER compare our Blackout Curtains with those cheap ones that are stiff and looks like a shower curtain. Blackout is perfect for : Late sleepers Shift workers Seniors Infants & parents Students Computer operators Care instruction : -Machine wash warm with like colors. -Use only non-chlorine bleach when needed. -Tumble dry low. -Warm iron as needed


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Customer Reviews

The curtains block out all light.
Tambu
The fabric is heavy and thick feeling and very soft and nice to the touch and they hang very well.
Shawna Renee
Great for people who work nights to keep the room dark during the day while trying to sleep.
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Most Helpful Customer Reviews

288 of 301 people found the following review helpful By Kagome USA on September 2, 2010
Color Name: Sky Blue Verified Purchase
I have these curtains in "Sky Blue" and in "Navy Blue" for my daughter's and my son's rooms, respectively. The navy curtains are complete black-out curtains - they let no light in through the curtains themselves (there is some slight light from the tops and the bottoms where the curtains do not meet the wall - I would think this is to be expected). I was so thrilled with them that I bought the lighter blue curtains for my daughter's room. The Sky Blue curtains are NOT complete black-out curtains. They are heavy-duty and they do block more light than other brands of non-black-out curtains that I have in other rooms, but they do allow some back-lighting shining through, which is disappointing.

However, they do seem to work very well to keep temperatures in the room down. I suspect that the darker colors work much better than the light colors at preventing light, but all both colors do a nice job as thermal curtains. I like the material, and the colors are well-represented on this page. Overall, I am pleased, but people should be aware that they will need to purchase dark colors in order to get black-out curtains.
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76 of 78 people found the following review helpful By Snake on December 20, 2013
Color Name: Navy Verified Purchase
I got these things because my kids always wake up when the sun rises, which is awful. These things fixed that.

They're also great for the summer when you have to put them to sleep while the sun is still out at night.
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140 of 174 people found the following review helpful By D. Tsze on August 22, 2009
Color Name: Beige
I purchased these curtains based on the majority of positive reviews, and because I found the negative reviews to be a bit overly critical and therefore questionable.

Having said that, there is truth to both sides. Yes, they do a fair job of blocking out the light, but I would definitely not say that they block them out anywhere close to 100% or the advertised 99%. I live in an apartment with south-face windows, which means I basically get sunlight throughout all day light hours. I notice that it appears to be 99$ blackout early in the day. However, as the day progresses, more and more light penetrates the curtains, until I can clearly see the silhouette of the window frame through the curtain and the window panes. Having said that, there is no problem at night with blocking out street lights.

I think it comes down to expectations and needs. If you truly need 100% light blockage during the brightest times of day, you will either need to supplement these curtains with another layer, or buy something more "industrial strength". However, I manage to sleep through the midday despite the less-than-perfect blackout provided when the sun is at its peak, so it isn't so much a problem for myself.

The only setup that has ever provided me with perfect blackout (and was constructed in a stepwise, not a rational, planned out fashion) was one set of blinds, covered with a plastic blind, and then a huge, black thick canvas sheet that extended almost half a foot on either side of said window. It was a bit extreme (and very cumbersome to get to opening the windows), but it worked. I was hoping to avoid such a hack job this time around by getting "blackout" curtains, but unfortunately, they do not approach the effectiveness of what I had previously cobbled together.
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24 of 29 people found the following review helpful By Sheri on March 28, 2012
Color Name: Navy Verified Purchase
I was extremely skeptical about ordering these curtains, because they seemed relativey expensive. I have an 85'' window frame so I ordered two sets of two, which rang up at $90 bucks. I have tried everything from tin foil (sooo ugly) to black posterboard, along with a wide range of light-blocking curtains from various stores. The curtains always leave light streaming in through the top and sides, and still provide too much light. THESE curtains block out 90% of the light!!! Our room is on the side of the house where the sun in the brightest, and I am in disbelief as to how well these curtains actually work!!! I work at the Marriott, so obviously stay at Marriotts, and have always envied how well the hotel curtains block out light and have been frustrated about the lack of availability of the same quality available to consumers. Well, worry no more peeps, put these on expedited shipping and let out a long-awaited sigh of relief. IMPORTANT! I ordered these in Navy- the capability of this color to block out light is TREMENDOUS. I am only stating this because I noticed the consumers that gave bad reviews purchased white or beige. TIP: buy a double curtain rod (I got mine at K-mart for $35) and put the color you desire on the back rod, and put these puppies on the front rod. If you buy a metal holdback to install in each side, you can pull the room darkening ones back and have the other ones exposed. The color of my wall is a medium blue, and the opposite wall is sandstone (I have a nautical theme,) therefore I purchased a pattern from World Market with colors that match the room, and have the room darkening ones on the front rod. I have actually been oversleeping, and I used to wake up every hour as the sun came up but now I sleep straight through. They could charge double the price and I would still pay for it because to a shirt-worker like myself, sound sleep is priceless!!!!!
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34 of 42 people found the following review helpful By Wendy Valerioti on July 12, 2013
Color Name: Beige Verified Purchase
These are great blackout curtains. I purchased the beige, and it's true to color.
These curtains really do block out the sunlight!! They hang beautifully and even come with matching tie-backs!! Our bedroom is at least a few degress cooler during these hot, humid summer days, and I"m sure they will be great in cold winter months. Best practical purchase!!
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