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Insulated Curtain Liner - 56" is rated 4.6 out of 5 by 12.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Insulated Curtain Liner - Good Product Easy to 'install' behind grommet window panels I purchased. Liners are a bit fuller/wider than my 40" window panels and peek out . . . I resolved this by using some double stick fabric tape to attach the edge of the liner to the inside edge of the window panel. I like the idea that I can use these liners with other window coverings if/when I decide to change from what I currently have. I'm considering making window panels for a bedroom and ordering liners to use with them rather than adding a liner to the panels. Very pleased with this product.
Date published: 2012-03-29
Rated 5 out of 5 by from The best liners available anywhere! I searched dozens of stores--in person and online--before choosing these liners. They are the only liners I could find that are actually full-size; others are only about 25" or so in width, requiring two for an average curtain panel. In addition, these were very well-priced. Attaching them to the curtains was a breeze and they block light and heat from my full-sun windows extremely well. Very pleased!
Date published: 2012-06-14
Rated 5 out of 5 by from These Liners are Great1 I was in a quandary regarding my drapes. May favorites were too light and unlined for winter. In looking at new drapes, I couldn't find anything I liked as well. Then I noticed Improvements had a liner. I ordered one, just to try.it. It worked perfectly. I sewed it in right under the tabs, and with a couple of pins here and there, they hang very nicely. I lined two doubles and two triples and am very pleased. Price is right, too!
Date published: 2012-10-11
Rated 5 out of 5 by from It performs well and looks good also. The liner provides total blockage of light from outside in as well as inside out. This is what I've been looking for. I have a rather large window (150 inches wide) so I needed to sew 2 of the 4 panels together to fit the draperies. The liner material is soft and supple so it was easy to sew. They look very nice from the outside. I am very pleased.
Date published: 2012-01-14
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need insulated liner for patio door 63x77 drape is pinch pleated

Asked by: wildfran
This 56" liner may be fine for a 63" patio door drape. Measure between the first and last pinch pleat, which will be the actual length used. If there is a control cord, you may want to use one pleat away from this. The actual liner width may be closer to 56" taking all this into account.
Answered by: TechShopper
Date published: 2017-04-19

Are rings included for grommet style as shown in installation instructions

Asked by: k8watercolor
Rings are installed on the panel and can be removed if necessary.
Answered by: TechShopper
Date published: 2017-04-19

Blackout capability of the curtains - yes or no?

Hello - The product description states in several places that the curtains will block out the sun's glare, etc. yet in an answer here it says that they are only for insulation, not blocking light. Which is correct? I need these for room darkening and don't want to purchase if they do not serve that purpose. Please clarify. Thank you!
Asked by: okilloran
This panel can block direct sunlight and does reduce room temperature.
Answered by: TechShopper
Date published: 2017-04-19

Are these washable and are they soft enough to use with tie-backs?

I would like to use these with traditional colonial tie-back curtains that can be closed at night. Are these soft, like material, or stiff like plastic? And how are they cleaned?
Asked by: JerseyJudy
The material is soft and feels similar to microfiber. I machined washed them in cold water in a delicate setting and in the dryer at low heat setting. This also removed the packaging wrinkles.
Answered by: TechShopper
Date published: 2017-04-19

Insulated Curtain Liners

Two Questions 1. Are these insulated curtain lines also blackout liners? Do they block out nearly all outside light? 2. Are these liners suitable for hanging on a separate slider track (separate from the curtain track) using regular drapery hooks (see image)
Asked by: gandalf
No, they are insulated more for heat, not for light. No, the liners are attached to the curtains.
Answered by: Jennie
Date published: 2014-01-20
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