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Thread: Black Out Fabric for Curtains

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    Super Member Peckish's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ellen
    I hate to be the naysayer here but the cloth side goes to the window, sandwiching the rubber side between it and the drape otherwise the sun beating directly on the rubber will rot it in no time. Just treat it like any insulated lining.
    Agree.

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    When I worked for American Drapery and Blind in Renton, WA; I contracted out many Black-Out orders. The way they are made is the fabric part is what you see in your home. The rubbery part faces the street. Honestly, do you really want to look at the rubber? Black-out fabric is made to withstand the elements. You are paying the price for this fabric. It will last many-o-years.

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    I must have misunderstood....I use the black out fabric for a liner not the main drape or curtain.

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    Thank you all so much for your feedback....the curtain is up and I am very happy now. The window is not very large, but it will do for now. Ghee, this Texas hot weather is almost over. I have the this picture, nothing fancy just wanted to cool down the room. hopefully, it I will figure out shortly...thank you all again and have a great day!
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    Very attractive! I like the red! You did a good job.

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    Thank you! and come on fall and winter !! ;-)

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    Thank you !

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    Love your reds looks great! :D

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