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.
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Customer reviews for Sound Asleep™ Blackout Window Curtain Liner
Review 1 for Sound Asleep™ Blackout Window Curtain Liner
Doesn't work for grommet curtains!
PostedDecember 21, 2012
fromLos Angeles, CA
These must be ancient curtain liners because they are made only for pinch pleat, pole top, or tab top curtains. For my modern grommet curtains, I had to hook this liner directly to my grommets so you can see hooks hanging over every grommet. Not ideal but they'll do for now.
Yes, I recommend this product.
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Review 2 for Sound Asleep™ Blackout Window Curtain Liner
Do not work as advertised
PostedJuly 25, 2012
fromSan Francisco, CA
Despite being "The Official Curtain of the National Sleep Foundation," these curtains, while keeping the room darker than regular curtains, still let in a considerable amount of light. I suspect this is because they are cheaply made--you can see pinholes of light stream through, and during direct sun exposure, you can even vaguely make out objects outside the window. This falls well short of the standard I expect from curtains made exclusively to keep a room dark. I would refer you to what I found works better, but apparently that is not allowed per the comment policy of BB&B.