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ThermaSheer Insulated Curtain two 50"x63" Panels 3.5 5 25 25
Insulated sheers I recently moved to a west-view house and wanted to keep the sunroom bright but keep us from baking in the afternoon sun. Black out shades did a great job of blocking the sun but of course then there was no light at all. My sister in law had seen these insulated sheers on the Improvements.com site. They are terrific! There is a plastic-y feel to the backing but that is what makes them ''insulated''. They let in plenty of light but completely block the hot afternoon sun, and they look light, bright and breezy. At night one can see only shadowy images through them if someone inside is very close to the windows or sliding glass doors & if the indoor lighting is good enough, but really give good privacy. Haven't used them in the winter so no way to evaluate yet how they'll work insulating from the cold. June 25, 2014
Sound like plastic. Does a good job The good... They do keep the heat out and let the light in. The Bad.. They were not the same color shade. I ordered two sets. One was more yellow than cream colored. Their saving grace. The sun shining through them evens out the color. The Ugly.. They sound like plastic. I think if I was going to buy more I would get the ones with rings in the top. June 12, 2014
Functional But..... These curtains appear much more sheer in the picture than they actually are. When I tried to steam them with a professional steamer they crinkled up a bit on the back. I guess it's due to the somewhat plastic backing. They are not very crisp looking. But...they are very functional. They seem to keep the heat and cold out real well. March 21, 2014
FANTASTIC! We have a large window in our living room that has been impossible to deal with season-to-season. In summer, the sun pours through and heats up the house. In winter, the cold nights create a drastic chill in the room. Heavy drapes that completely block out everything were our only option and my husband hated them because he felt too closed in. Let me tell you...I love them, they work, they are awesome! Every morning, my husband pulls them back with our drapes and lets in the natural warmth of the sun. In the evenings, we close them back up again, and they have blocked the cold winter chill, and you know that New England has been experiencing an EXTREME ARCTIC COLD this season. I love them, he loves them, and I am getting more for the upstairs bedrooms - those face North - brrrrrr! They are well made. look like 'linen', pair well with our new decorative drapes, and they flat out work! I showed everyone who came over during the holidays, and they thought they were great too and asked for the web link. No one seems to mind that they have a plastic backing, because that is what makes them work. They are sensible and practical, and you really cannot beat the price for what you get. February 27, 2014
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can these be used for french doors?

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The bottoms are 'side-open hemmed'. You can put a rod through the bottom quite easily.
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Thank you for your question. Yes, the ThermaSheer Insulated Curtains may be used on french doors.
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Thank you for your question. These curtains are light filtering, not light blocking, so they will not provide total privacy.
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