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Save money on your heating and air conditioning bills. In winter, hang this reflective solar curtain between your drapes and window with the shiny side facing in to prevent heat loss and reflect heat back inside the room. During the summer, put the shiny side out to reflect the sun's rays and keep the heat outside. Also protects furniture from sun fade. Rod pocket top. Polyethylene polyester.
So simple put it on curtain rod hang it done.
can use in any room.
can't think of anything bad about it. -
This product works awesome!!! I attached them to the inside of my curtain so that you don't see them from the inside, but they help keep the cold and heat outside. We have them in all of our windows, and our electic bill for a 2000 square foot house in FL is only about $120 a month! I highly recommend these...but like I said, put them between the window and the curtain. -
I would buy this producet again.
Using the curtains in our motorhome. Really helps to block unwanted heat. -
Have full sun in the morning in the front of house and the setting of the sun in the rear of house. Toilet seat was so hot could not set on it now can tell we have a problem with it. I have recommend to several friend they love them -
Now we see out without being seen.
I am not handy and had no problem putting these up. My roomy says they look like aluminum brickwork making an excellent accent wall. Hope it keeps the Minnesota cold out while letting us keep track of the neighbors. -
These protect my green house from the western sun that burns my plants. Does a great job. -
western Washington State
Solar panel works great but have to replace
I use the solar panel behind another curtain over my sliding glass door to keep the heat out. I have to replace it every 2 yrs or so as it starts to crack/chip in spots from the sun. Works GREAT for what I want it to do. -
Works great.but not the most attractive things to put up -
To keep hot or cold out
This wasn't exactly what I thought it would be. Going to have to get something to attach to curtains so you will be able to slide open. The holes are too small for our rod. I think it could work and help keep the cold and heat out. -
Keeping the heat out
Our lanai faces west and really heats up in the afternoon hours. The curtains do reflect back some heat but they also darken the room. They come in two lengths but only one width. I really needed a wider width for these windows but will just order more I guess. -
eASY TO HANG BUT ALSO EASY FOR MY DOGS TO PULL DOWN. -
Not as big a difference as I expected
the directions say to place the shiny side out to stop heat and then the dull side out in the winter. I can not see a difference! I have tried both sides but haven't noticed any difference. It does keep the room a slight bit cooler though. -
Deb the bargain hunter,
Vero Beach, FL
Not what I was expecting
I was hoping to use this on windows where I could raise and lower the curtain as needed. I realize it is a "place it and forget it" item in that too much use would tear it easily. -
VERY poor - basically junk. -
Not as expected
These were very flimsy and I had a difficult time choosing which side to face inside/outside. -
The most useful thing one can do w/these so-called "solar" curtains is to keep them in the back of your car & if you are stuck in the woods, drape one over you & hope for a passing plane. -
This product is made out of the same material as a Mylar balloon. My room is freezing. This product don't work. Don't waste your money. I wish I could get mine back.I don't think I Will be buying from here again. -
not worth it!
this was a huge disappointment. It wasn't worth the money. It is as thin as a sheet of aluminum foil, and tears very easily. -
don;t judge the picture
product is to dark to use in a home -
La Crosse, Va
It's just a piece of aluminum foil!!
A thin piece of aluminum foil, Reynolds Wrap is thicker, I tore it putting a standard curtain rod threw it... must go back... don't waste your money, just use your own wrap and glue a hem at the top, that's all it is. A thin piece of foil that tears easy. -
Ormond Beach, FL
Quality not what I expected.
These shades are not much more the aluminum foil. -
Ripped when I was putting it onto the rod. -