Model # 1404414

Internet #202025493

Store SO SKU #1000901549

designview White Privacy Liner - 39 in. W x 72 in. L
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White Privacy Liner - 39 in. W x 72 in. L

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Product Overview

The fabric Privacy Liner is designed to be used in conjunction with Bamboo Roman Shades. This liner easily attaches to the back of roman window shades with the included fastening tape, clips, and tacks. It provides a neutral street appearance, additional light blockage, and extra energy efficiency protection from outside temperatures.

  • 39 in. W x 72 in. L
  • Actual Blind Width is 38.5 in. W
  • NOTE: This blind is 0.5 in. narrower than the order size (or the size shown on the box)
  • For an Inside Mount, fits windows: 39 in. Wide
  • For an Outside Mount, order 0.5 in. wider than the overall area to be covered
  • The fabric privacy liner folds up roman style with the bamboo roman shade it is attached to
  • All hardware included
  • Not sure what size to buy? Click here to download a printable window treatment measuring guide!
  • WARNING: The cords on this product present a potential strangulation hazard. For child and pet safety, consider cordless alternatives or products with inaccessible cords. To access a copy of the warning label, see additional images.
  • Learn more about child and pet safety:

    Keeping Children and Pets Safe around Blinds

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Customer Questions & Answers

Can I buy a longer piece?

I need apiece 48 "W x 96" L. Can I buy this amount?
Asked by: shooshoo
I would buy two 23in pieces and sew them together.. I needed a 72 in liner so I bought two 36in and sewed them together....it worked!!!!
Answered by: Penny
Date published: 2016-02-28

Can you order in 48 In. Length

My shade are 23 in. wide x 48 In. length. Why does it appear that only 72 In. length is available?Can they be cut off to correct length? Please advise.
Asked by: sadkins
Dear Value Customer, The white privacy liners do not come in a 48" length. This product will be discontinued in the very near future. We are sorry we can not help you with a suggestion. Thank you, the Shade Expert
Answered by: HomeDecorExpert
Date published: 2016-04-01

Why does 39" wide liner cost more than the 48"?

Asked by: onezoolady
Dear Valued Customer, If you need to find out about the price for an item, you will need to call Home Depots customer service to obtain more information regarding the pricing @ 800 466-3337. Sorry we do not have the information you are requesting.
Answered by: HomeDecorExpert
Date published: 2016-03-17

reline roman shades

I have had Roman shades installed for about 3 years. The sun had damaged the material backing and now it flakes of in pieces. A huge mess. How can I removed the remaining backing to install these liners? How will they hold up under intense sunlight?
Asked by: Roman
Dear Valued Customer, Is your liner attached to your blind? If so, there is no easy way to remove that liner. If you would like to replace it, you can order separate liners on line at Home Depot.com. the item # is 1404410. If you have any additional questions, please let us know. Thank you, The Shades Expert
Answered by: HomeDecorExpert
Date published: 2016-03-18
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White Privacy Liner - 39 in. W x 72 in. L is rated 4.2 out of 5 by 39.
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Recommend With Reservations: Read This Before You Buy Bought 8 of these, six in the 34" width, one 23" width and one 27" width, to go with Home Decorators Roman shades in honey bamboo. Before buying, I saw that someone had asked in the Q&As whether the liners could be shortened or narrowed, and the answer was a simple 'yes'. Technically a true answer, but not terribly helpful if you actually need to tailor it to fit a shade. The liners come in limited width sizes (and currently are out of stock, I noticed). Six of my shades are 32" wide, and 34" liners were the only option available, so they needed 2" off the width to fit. Since there's no video showing how to attach the liner and/or adjust the width, here's what you need to do. You will need scissors, a yardstick, hot iron, sewing machine and (optional) a staple gun, a glue gun, a needle and thread and some sort of cutters (I used metal cutters). Note that these directions assume your liner is already the correct length for your shade. If not, you will need to cut the bottom of the liner one inch below the shade's length, fold it over twice, press it and hem it (or use hot glue). 1. Fully extend your blind on a work table right side down and lay the liner on top. 2. Figure out which side of the liner has small openings where you can remove the plastic dowel rods, and remove the rods and set aside. 3. Using a straight edge like a yard stick, mark the liner on the side opposite of where you removed the rods, allowing one inch over the edge of the shade. Cut along that edge. 4. Fold the raw edge over twice and press with an iron. Then sew the new edge. 5. Place one dowel rod back in its pocket and mark the new length it needs to be. Remove it, and using the mark as a guide, trim it and the others to match using metal cutters. Reinsert the shortened rods. 6. Remove the top Velcro stick (with the tape protector still in place). Lay it along the top of the back of the shade, cutting it to fit, then peel off the tape protector and carefully adhere the Velcro strip. Attach the liner's Velcro to that strip. (At this point, we used a staple gun to attach the velcroed liner to ensure it wouldn't detach, versus using the small nails that came in the packaging.) 7. Fold the liner back and up over the top of the shade until only the topmost dowel rod is laying against the shade. (You attach the liner from the top down,) The plastic pins that come with the liner are basically plastic safety pins. Using two plastic pins per dowel rod, first pass the the pin through to the small center crosswise ribbon on the liner that parallels the plastic rod. Then loop it around the lengthwise cord cover on the shade, and close the safety pin. The cord should be able to slide freely within the plastic safety pin. After attaching each side, roll the liner diwn to the next dowel rod and repeat with two more plastic safety pins. Continue untl all dowel rods on the liner have been secured to the shade. 8. Hopefully your liner will match up with the length of shade. We found several were slightly too long, so had to fold the bottom of the liner and hot glue it to the bottom of the shade. 9. Once you've finished attaching the liner to the shade, hang the shade and pull up on the cord to fully open it. You may notice the liner peeking out of the bottom. If so, you can fully lower the shade and tack the liner with needle and thread at various spots along each side of the shade. We did the tacking of the first shade with the shade still hanging; thereafter, we tacked other liners to shades while they were still laying out on our work table. Complicated? Yes. Impossible? No. Easier to buy custom shades that already have privacy liners? Yes, but also quite a bit more expensive. This project is best tackled if you have a patient sister who knows how to use a sewing machine!
Date published: 2016-03-24
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Install poorly, do not work well I bought this to add a bit of privacy to the bamboo shades I bought. Note that they provide NO blackout qualities. These are of a thin white linen fabric. I installed these as the diagram described. However, the bottom of this liner hangs below the shade when the shade is up. It's like a woman's slip hanging out from under her skirt. It's tacky. Don't get this. I wish I hadn't wasted my money.
Date published: 2012-08-07
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Well worth the price. The privacy shades fit my existing shades perfectly. Very easy to install using enclosed velcro and plastic clips and a hammer (or in my case a meat tenderizer - right tool for the job, you know?). Beware. If you are looking for complete privacy these may not be for you. While they provide a good bit of privacy, if all of the lights are on inside the house it is possible to see inside while looking in from outside. I keep it relatively dark inside at night, plus I'm not much to look at, so it's not an issue for me. Buy these. Well worth the price.
Date published: 2015-05-05
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Private liner Great product for the price. It's not designed to be a black out liner but keeps the room darker and gives us privacy.
Date published: 2016-02-25
Rated 4 out of 5 by from tough to work with but gets the job done I purchased these liners to help keep more sun out of the kitchen because the sun was coming through the bamboo shades and would blind anyone sitting in just the wrong spot. I am a very patient person but these liners were tough to work with but hopefully some things I learned will help someone else. First, you will definitely need some velcro to help keep the liner from drooping down once the shade is pulled up. Be careful when placing the clips on the pull string in back...you must get the 2 strings in the clip. Also, I found that putting the clips just above (about 1 inch) the gold rings in the back was the better place otherwise the clips get caught and the shade won't come down all the way. Once the shade is up, let it down all the way and put some velcro along the bottom and sides.It isn't neat looking from the outside when the shade is up but in my case, it faces the backyard so no one sees it. So far it seems to keep the sun from glaring through the openings in the bamboo which is why I bought it. I thought they were expensive considering they are just white cloth.
Date published: 2013-05-14
Rated 5 out of 5 by from adequate privacy although not 100% opaque, the liners confer about 90% so that only vague shadows of movement and direct light can be seen at night looking in. this is adequate for my liking. i don't think it's fair to completely write these liners off. would recommend them.
Date published: 2010-09-25
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Exactly what I needed These were great for my street facing living room. You could see directly in with just the bamboo blinds. This fixed the problem easily! Installation was really easy although I had issues using the nails included. I decided to forgo but the next day they fell since the sticky tape wasn't strong enough. I used a staple gun and now they're perfect. Highly recommended!!
Date published: 2015-12-17
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Does the job I purchased these to add to my existing bamboo roller shades which were letting in way too much direct sun light, and heating up my dining area in the mid afternoon. Some light still comes through now, but it is amazing how much more stable the temperature is in my dining area with these liners on my shades..
Date published: 2015-01-06
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