| Eclipse Blackout Thermaliner Blackout Liner from Ellery Homestyles hangs behind your existing fashion curtain. Makes any curtain a blackout curtain, so you can sleep in a dark room any time of day or night.
Innovative fabric blocks unwanted light and reduces noise while providing insulation to save on heating and cooling costs. Proven in independent laboratory tests to block out more than 99 percent of light and to reduce window energy loss to save up to 20 percent in home heating and cooling costs.
FAVORITE COMFORT FEATURE: In addition to eliminating light, Eclipse thermaliner blackout liners save energy and reduce noise.
Use a blackout liner behind every curtain in your bedroom to create an optimum sleep environment. Based on recommendations from National Sleep Foundation, blocking unwanted light and noise while you sleep helps create an optimal sleeping environment, which allows for better quality of sleep.
Other good places for blackout liners are near your computer workstation to reduce glare; in any room where direct sunlight can fade and damage your carpet, draperies, and furniture; and in your home theater or any room where you watch TV. Add Thermaliners to any curtain to block the cold from entering your home through drafty windows and keep hot sun rays out in the summer.
NEED TO KNOW:
Blackout liners can be attached to any window curtain using the included hooks or can hang from a separate rod. Rod pocket fits up to a 1.5" diameter rod (not included).
- Block out light in bedrooms, children's rooms, media rooms.
- Save up to 20 percent on home heating and cooling costs (versus ordinary brushed twill cotton curtains).
- Reduce outside noise by up to 40 percent (versus ordinary sailcloth curtains).
- 100 percent polyester face. 80/20 rayon/cotton backing.
- Machine wash cold, gentle cycle; no bleach; line dry; cool iron if needed.
- Sizes: 54" wide x 60" long or 54" wide x 80" long.
- Color: white.
- Comfort House 66423.
- Eclipse Thermalinerô by Ellery Homestyles.
What comes in the box: one pair of panels with hooks and illustrated hanging instructions (shown in small images above). Each Thermaliner panel is 27" wide. Two panels cover a 54" wide window.
Note: Some clients refer to this product as the light out curtain or blackout shades.
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