Eclipse Canova Blackout Window Curtain Panel, 42 by 84-Inch, Gray
- Sold as single panel^Blocks over 99% of light compared to ordinary curtains^42" wide and available in extended lengths^Easy care, machine washable^Curtain rod sold separately
Experience the darkness, silence and beauty of Eclipse curtains. Eclipse blackout panels have been laboratory-tested to block out over 99% of intrusive light, unwanted noise and can help you save on home heating and cooling costs. Eclipse curtains offer a unique blend of fashion and function for any home decor. Transform your media room into the ultimate home theater experience, or create ambiance in your dining area. National Sleep Foundation studies show that reduced light and noise are optimal for a better night's sleep. Eclipse Curtains are perfect for the bedroom, kid's room or nursery, providing the ideal sleep environment for the whole family. The magic is in the Thermaback construction. The innovative foam-backing is applied to the fabric and allows you to enjoy all of the light-blocking, noise reducing and energy saving benefits, while providing the same fashionable style and elegance of naturally flowing curtains. Hang two or more curtain panels on a standard or decorative rod for optimal coverage and desired effect. Sold as a single rod-pocket panel measuring 42" wide in your choice of 63", 84", or 95" lengths. Coordinating valance measuring 42" wide by 21" long. Coordinating valance sold separately. Tone on tone textured weave panel is available in burgundy, chocolate brown, gold, ivory and river blue. Rod sold separately. Polyester/Cotton blend. Machine wash gentle cycle, tumble dry, do not bleach. Imported.
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The curtains are too difficult to iron (a cool iron did nothing to remove the wrinkles, a hotter iron melted the fabric onto the iron so I had to clean it, and finally, ironing the curtain with a cotton kitchen towel covering the fabric was a royal pain in the neck). Ironing was still impossible after putting the curtains in my dryer on the steam cycle designed to improve ironing. Finally, and thankfully, I had a little hand-held steamer that I was able to use. But even this required me to steam the curtains while hanging and there wasn't an outlet near both windows so even plugging in the steam became annoying - had to find a heavy duty extension cord or switch the curtains to the window with the outlet.
One of the panels was missing stitching across the top resulting in an incomplete rod pocket. I was going to sew it up myself (after a trip to the store to find the exact thread color) when I noticed two pinholes in the fabric. The rubber backing was there, but light shone through the holes nonetheless. It was then I decided to return the panel. A replacement was sent immediately. Upon hanging all of the panels, and after sending back the defective one, I noticed all of the panels have pinholes in them and not at the bottom where light wouldn't shine through. Not about to go through the hassle of returning them, so I put black electrical tape on the inside of the panel and while no light shines through, this is a fix only because the inside of the panels are not visible from the outside. If the panel were on a patio door, it would not be acceptable.
In the end, they weren't expensive and so they truly fit the adage, "You get what you pay for" but suffice it to say, I've bought better quality curtains from The Christmas Tree Shop and so my recommendation would be to go there and have fun seeing what other tchotchke you "must have" and don't buy these curtains.