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60" In the Dark Blackout Liner
We're going to take a shot in the dark and say you like it when your kid sleeps well. Just a hunch. These blackout liners block out more light for a more restful sleep. Requires a double rod for hanging.
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60 In the Dark Blackout Liner is rated 2.5 out of 5 by 2.
Rated 3 out of 5 by mkdon from It's ok=)I think it's a great idea, but it's just not perfect. We don't have an extra deep window sill...very standard. We ordered the white, double rod w/bird finials (which are so cute) and then ordered the black-out drapery and the white ruffle drapery (for the double rod). Per the depth of the rod, the black-out drapery panels are too far out from the window and lots of light gets in around the edges (a lot). Also, it's very stiff. So if you wanted to open them and only let your super cute drapery show, it won't stay open on each side...it shifts back to the center...and it's not pretty. I know...confusing. Essentially they are difficult to slide back and forth and they let light in on the double rod from LON.
Date published: 2013-09-14
Rated 2 out of 5 by Angie P from Stiff as a boardThese panels do block out a lot of light, but you can hardly move them on the rod! They're so stiff that once you tug them open, they just want to close again. Their stiffness also makes them awkward to tie back. Would not buy again.