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Martha Stewart Living

Model 1601308

Internet #202507680

Tilled Soil Thermal Crepe Back Tab Curtain

$28.87 /each

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Thermal Crepe is a woven jacquard textured solid foam backed panel. Provides ultimate in light blocking and warmth. Easy to install back tab panels. Works well on either decorative or traditional rods.

  • Machine washable
  • Back tab measures 3 in.
  • Package contents 1 panel
  • Rod sold separately

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Rated 1.0 out of 5 by 1 reviewer.
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Stinky and beware washing! This is for the thermal crepe curtains in tilled soil (a chocolate color). I really liked these curtains at first, despite their smell. They darkened the rooms pretty good and they have a beautiful, sturdy look to them. However, they smelled pretty bad (I think it's the foam backing). I figured that they would air out after a few days, so I hung them up. Days turned into weeks, and then into months. They still smelled horrible, especially when I had the windows closed. So I washed them, just as the tag says, in COLD water. When I pulled them out of the washer, they were all wadded up and stuck together. The foam backing had become sticky, sticking to itself. As I tried to gently pull the edges apart, the foam would rip off, making the blackout feature ruined (when you hold them up to the light from the front, you see the light come through wherever the foam had come off). I also noticed that there was a subtle white residue in some places in the front of the curtains, no doubt also from the foam backing. Keep in mind this is BEFORE I put them in the dryer. I decided not to dry them, if COLD water did this to them. Maybe it was my soap? I use regular Tide. If it was, the label should say to use a certain type of soap. If you don't mind the smell they're great, but keep in mind they WILL NOT air out over time. Maybe dry cleaning would work but that's not in the directions and it may not get the smell out. Well, I had bought 12 (yeah, do the math) of these panels so needless to say I was very disappointed. They are basically ruined and I have to find new curtains now. November 21, 2012
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