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Thermal Blackout Grommet Panel Pair

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Thermal Blackout Grommet Panel Pair
Price: $19.99
Shipping Options:: $5 Standard
Shipping Estimates: Ships in 1-2 business days (Wednesday, Mar 22 to Thursday, Mar 23) + transit
Condition: New

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johnboy3


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Enough for two windows ?

jeffdoh


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Is the bar adjustable? I have a 110" sliding door panel where I'd love to put this.


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johnboy3 wrote:Enough for two windows ?



Depends on the windows...

mtsugawa


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jeffdoh wrote:Is the bar adjustable? I have a 110" sliding door panel where I'd love to put this.



I don't think the curtain rod is included.

Cherub32169


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Is the size listed for each panel or for both combined?

andrewtl


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Make sure you factor in the pleat when calculating how many you need. We didn't when we bought these and you may not get another chance... now we have mismatch curtains.

pfffft!

ThunderThighs


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Cherub32169 wrote:Is the size listed for each panel or for both combined?


Per the features

Each panel measure 38" W x 84" L

So that's for each panel.


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andrewtl wrote:Make sure you factor in the pleat when calculating how many you need. We didn't when we bought these and you may not get another chance... now we have mismatch curtains.


Correct. With curtains of this type, rule of thumb is to order 1.5 to 2 times the width of the window.


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ThunderThighs wrote:Correct. With curtains of this type, rule of thumb is to order 1.5 to 2 times the width of the window.



I've always found that 2 times rather than 1.5 times gives a better look.

If you don't like doing math then just look at the width of a single panel and that is the size window that a pair will cover.

raskul


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Can you find the size of the grommet hole?

Skizzo


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What brand are these?

TalismanUK


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raskul wrote:Can you find the size of the grommet hole?



Not 100% sure for these but every set of grommet top curtains I have ever had from Amazon have always been a standard 1 5/8".

I believe these are the same ones on Amazon.

eparo


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TalismanUK wrote:I believe these are the same ones on Amazon.



Hm... Colors/pictures/descriptions certainly line up. Some of the reviews indicate they let light through and are not true blackout curtains. Maybe the darker colors (i.e.: black) would actually block all light?

So... anyone have experience with these? Hesitant to pull the trigger since I need something that will block light from getting in or out on a front facing master bedroom window... don't want the street seeing shadows during... things.

As an aside - I wish someone had explained to me, prior to buying a house, how hard it can be to just buy a product like this that does what it says for a good price.

EDIT: Noticed these are hassle free returns -- anyone know how the "prepaid cost of return shipping" is calculated? Might be worth risking if they could be returned for $10 or something.

ThunderThighs


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Skizzo wrote:What brand are these?


Sometimes we are unable to give out the brand/manufacturer. This is to protect their brand presence in the marketplace at this price.


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eparo wrote:Hm... Colors/pictures/descriptions certainly line up. Some of the reviews indicate they let light through and are not true blackout curtains. Maybe the darker colors (i.e.: black) would actually block all light?



We have the exact ones that we got from Target with the same white backing - they will NOT block all light, but it does make a big difference. At night no one is going to see in or out with them. Your shenanigans will be well hidden.