These four-layered curtains are the best problem solved: 100% blackout, soundproof, heat insulation, and dust absorbing. Allow the dust to settle down on the curtain by preventing them from entering your house. They will not get folded easily, and they last long by resisting strict conditions.
Dust is a considerable problem anytime. Dirty places, primary work locations, need cleaning supplies and the workforce to clean surfaces all the time. Trying to maintain cleanliness is expensive and complicated. Our industrial curtains are removable, practical barriers that help control dust and fumes. They can reduce workplace noises and be adjusted or reinstalled to work around interior and exterior projects. They are composed of two layers of blackout cloth and two lining layers. One of the blackout clothes is always grayish white.
Multiple choices: Customize size (Available from 20" to 200" in height and width respectively), multiple color and curtain header type.
Material: 100% imported high-quality polyester. Weight 950 g/m².
Header type: Grommet/Rod Pocket/Dual Rod Pockets/Back Tab/Tab Top/4-IN-1
Package Included: 1 piece of curtain
Hand wash, max 86°F
Do not bleach, do not tumble dry
Warm ironing the back only
Do not dry cleaning
Do not use fabric softener to protect the fabric
Let’s in a lot of light at the top but they’re better than most blackout curtains on the market. They keep the temperature in the room so much cooler which is a big plus for me in South Florida. Was hoping for them to block out the sun 100% because I work overnights and sleep in the day. Overall the quality is really nice. The material is heavy and thick and they’re super soft.
These curtains are pretty perfect for what I was looking for – my only regret is that I didn’t get the longer length! It definitely blocks out light, but I would recommend going with the longest ones because light still filters from the top, so it’s best to have the top as close to the ceiling as possible. Love that I can get the look of white curtains while still eliminating 95% of the light! I also fabric-steamed them after hanging them and they look fabulous!
Far from noise reduction, but good at blackout and insulation.
I love being in a very noisy neighborhood in downtown Honolulu with people driving loud vehicles, bombing fireworks no matter the occasion, roosters crowing at any given time of the day, maybe twice a month military helicopters flying at night Pass. I’m a light sleeper and have to close the windows to be quiet, hoping these curtains will let in fresh air from time to time, but for me they’re pretty ineffective at noise reduction. They have better noise reduction than my previous curtains, but only a tad¡ªthe crickets in the bedroom are noticeably softer than in the living room with the sliding doors open. But I give the overall product 5 stars because they block out very well and block a lot of solar radiation from our east-facing unit. The insulation is actually surprising as mine is navy blue I think the dark colour might trap the heat but no, I think the layering is enough to keep the heat out. But I also have to say that my wife loves the looks and so do I, so point to the aesthetics. I purchased the pole (120-240 inches) and ceiling bracket from Nicetown. Use an electric hammer to drill the concrete ceiling and the plastic anchors that come with the brackets, so this project is budget friendly.
Blocks the light really well! My room was completely black with the lights off with the exception of some light trickling in at the top. They drape nicely and you definitely can’t beat the price! Wish they had some magical noise blocking powers but they help muffle a bit of noise in the distance at least.
These are indeed pure white, true blackout curtains. They drape luxuriously, and are well made, thick and soft.
I bought them for a room that I have recently painted white, and it seems that I will need to do a bit more work to find the right white for the space. This white is perfect for a room that is looking for a pop of clean white. You will definitely get that. It’s whiter than my stark white walls. For reference, it is whiter than both the Nano White (matte and semi-gloss) and Ultra Pure White (ceiling flat) paint colors and sheens by Behr.
These curtains are almost perfect. I tend to prefer natural textures to this brushed synthetic (might be brushed microfiber??). The white isn’t quite right for my space. But these are still an impressive set of curtains that manage to combine beautiful form and high quality function. It seems that blackout technology has made a big jump since I last looked three years ago. Well done.
I live near a highway and a sometimes busy road is at the end of my backyard. The road noise was so annoying! I thought I would have to move, seriously. After much research, I decided to try these. These drapes softened and muffled the noise. Noises also seem further away, not like standing on the edge of the highway as before. There are in a bedroom and there is a definite quietness compared to other bedrooms. It just feels quieter. They are very thick, heavy and almost suede like in feel. You will need a heavy rod. I think they look nice too. Definitely room darkening but light comes through the top at the grommets. A little steam iron took most of the wrinkles out. So glad I purchased these and would highly recommend!
For quite and darkness!!!These curtains really do block out lights and sounds!!! Would have never believed it would have worked that well but thy do. You can rest anytime of day with these curtains. Thank you for such a great product. Terri A. , Port Orange, FL
These are amazing! I have never liked curtains so much. They are TRULY blackout. I mean these babies work so well. They are also sooooo soft, unlike many other blackout curtain. They are flowy, easy to move and pull back, and they look great. If you are on the fence, buy these one. Don’t go with another brand, these are the real deal. I highly doubt there is better. And such a great price.
We moved into a new home. I love the home.
I love the neighbors. We saw the home was near a short side street and small shopping plaza when we looked at it. There was almost no activity on the street, as it was a Sunday when we viewed the home, and it seemed very quiet. No problem. The housing market was insane competitive at the time in our area. The market climate was overpriced houses, low inventory, multiple bidders, homes going under contract within 24 hours of being on the market, waiting for a miracle to get your offer accepted. One of our offers was accepted. We bought the home. Fast forward to the first weekday we lived here. Turns out the short side street I thought was quiet is one of the the main throughways to the multitudes of neighborhoods around us. Think modified canned mufflers, wanna-be speed car sprint racers, booming bass players, garbage trucks, lawn maintenance trailers, public school buses, garbage trucks, city trolly system, motorcycles. Yes…ALL the public school school buses for our area pick up and drop off right across the street from us EVERY school day Then to discover the Publix loading dock across the way. Ugh. A. Major. Publix. Grocery. Store. Loading. Dock. AHHHH. Turns out Publix delivery trucks are huge. MONSTROUS. They have massive semi trucks, 18 wheeler trucks, refrigerator trucks…I have seen every kind of delivery truck…beverages…canned goods.
More trucks…dairy…more beverages…produce…more
produce…bread…chips… more chips… breads…meats…more chips. Who knew it takes an 18 wheeler size truck delivery multiple times a week just to keep their potato chips isle stocked??! Surprise…IT DOES!! EVERY kind of delivery truck whizzing by our home, entering and exiting the dock and idling across the street at all hours day and night. I have seen 4-5 delivery drocks in the dock camping out at a time. It causes major noise, beeping as they back up, banging sounds when trucks let down or slam shut their loading ramps…not to mention vibrations in our walls and floors from the refrigerator trucks. Then here comes the teenagers who get off work from Publix late at night booming the bass in their cars and letting it rip with their sawed off mufflers. So…we had crazy expensive triple pane laminated windows installed on all of our windows. This blocked out a lot of noise, but not all. Then we installed a fence around our home. The fence didn’t reduce the noise but at least gives us privacy from the Publix fiasco. I am very sensitive to traffic noise. I hate it. It feels like an intrusion in my home and it’s unpredictable. I wanted to move even though we couldn’t afford it. I found these curtains and bought the 4 layer sound proof panels. I put 4 panels on each window in our living room and 4 panels on each bedroom window. I took the advice of other reviewers on this website and bought enough panels to where they have many folds to increase the soundproofing. They are amazing. It has brought the sound down so much I hardly even notice it anymore. I was using sound machines to create white noise to block out the noise in all our rooms. I haven’t even had to use them since I got these curtains. These curtains are expensive but even my penny pinching husband says they are worth every penny! We use them with wrap around curtain rods. To be fair we do use them in conjunction with triple pane laminate windows. The combination is very effective.
The best blackout ever! The pictures speak for themselves! First image, after I switched the 2 old panels with the new panel (on the left side obviously) and the 2 old “shade” panels on the right side of the window…
The picture on the right is after I replaced all 4 panels (my windows are 105° so I have 2 sets of 2 panels).
These blackout curtains are 100% true to their word!