Blackout Curtain / Drapery Liner Installation

Installing TLC Total Light Control
blackout drapery liner

Thanks to Roclon for supplying installation instructions for our blackout drapery liners.

FOR ATTACHMENT TO POLE TOP OR TAB TOP DRAPERIES
Place the pole top or tab top curtain on the rod. Lay the curtain face down on a flat surface. Attach and equally space hooks, as shown in picture on right, to curtain. Place the corresponding liners over the curtain. The braid on the liner must face the hooks on your curtains. Insert the magnet strips into the center side hem openings just under the braid. See Instructions. Align liner edges with curtain edges, and then place the loop of the braid evenly over the curtain hooks. On each panel, start with the outer edges and work toward the center. Rehang the curtain with the attached liner. Reminder... to ensure your total satisfaction with Roc-lon® TLC™ Blackout Drapery Liner, please read the instructions for inserting the magnets. HELPFUL HINT: If liner does not stay closed, or if magnets are not aligned at the center, check the installation of the rod. Is it level and secure to wall? Also, be sure that when you place the magnetic strips in the center seams, the smooth sides of the strips face each other. (The drapery hook installs the same way on a pole top as it does on a tab top.)

FOR ATTACHMENT TO PINCH PLEATED DRAPERIES OR TRAVERSE ROD DRAPERIES
Remove draperies from the rod. Lay the drapery panels face down on a flat surface and place the corresponding liners over the draperies. The braid on the liner must face the existing hooks on your draperies. Insert the magnet strips into the center side hem openings just under the braid. See instructions. Align liner edges with drapery edges, and then place the loop of the braid evenly over the drapery hooks. Gently tug the loops until they reach the bottom of the hook. On each panel, start with the outer edges and work toward the center. Rehang the drapery with the attached liner. When the drapery/liner combination is hung, the extra drapery pin (included) hooks into the 1st loop of the braid on the right liner panel (as it hangs on the rod). This pin will be hooked to the back of the master carrier on your rod (not to the curtain). This permits the center hem of the liner to overlap and snap when the drapery is closed. Reminder… to ensure your total satisfaction with the Roc-lon® TLC™ Blackout Curtain/Drapery Liner, please read the instructions for inserting the magnets. HELPFUL HINT: If liner overlap in center does not stay closed, or if magnets are not aligned at center, check the installation of the rod. Is it level and secure to wall? Also, be sure that when you place the magnetic strips in the center seams, the smooth sides of the strips face each other.

FOR STANDARD ROD POCKET OR TRAVERSE ROD - where no existing rod
  • 1. Requires separate rods, which will support the liner.
  • 2. Slide the liner on a separate Standard Rod with the braid facing the window.
  • 3. Place drapery hooks on Traverse Rod, place braid loops over hooks starting at outer edge working towards center.
  • 4. Insert the magnet strips into the center side hem openings, just under the braid. See instructions below.
  • 5. Rehang the curtain/drapery.
  • 6. Additional panels may be added if your window width exceeds standard sizes.
  • 7. Reminder... to ensure your total satisfaction with the Roc-lon® TLC™ Blackout Curtain/Drapery Liner, please read the instructions for inserting the magnets.

    INSERTING THE FLEXIBLE MAGNETIC STRIPS
    This product includes magnetic strips. The strong magnetic or active side is flat or smooth. The weak or inactive side is grooved.

    Remove the magnetic strip from the plastic wrap and uncoil. Snap the strip in two at the pre-scored “V” shaped groove one-half way down the length of the strip. Allow them to unwind, preferably on a flat surface. You will notice that they remain somewhat curved at the ends. For the best results, position the strips on a hard flat surface with the curve side down and leave overnight. Using books to weigh the magnetic strip down helps even more. They will be much easier to insert into the panels if completely flat.

    All flexible magnetic strips are made from thermo-plastic, which will mark if rubbed. Before inserting the strip, wrap a piece of tissue paper around the magnetic strip at the pointed end. This will protect the magnet from marking the fabric. To prepare lining panels for the magnetic strips, position them on a flat surface with the buttonholes side by side and facing up. Insert the pointed end of one magnetic strip into the left buttonhole with the flat or smooth side down. Hold the tissue paper and allow the magnet to slide through it into the panel. Insert the other magnetic strip in the right buttonhole with the flat or smooth side up. The two sides should attract when the left side overlaps the right. After insertion discard the tissue paper.

    Patio Liner

    Two magnetic strips are enclosed. One is inserted pointed end down into buttonhole on the curtain closure side with the smooth side facing the window. The other strip is mounted on the wall to correspond with the strip inserted in the panel. The smooth side will be facing the panel.





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