REVIEW: NICETOWN Thermal Insulated Blackout Curtains

I got some Amazon – NiceTown NICETOWN Thermal Insulated Grommet Blackout Curtains( https://amzn.to/3hhIMgp ) for about $25 per set. I wanted to try out more types of curtains for my room to lower noise level. These were noise and black out curtains and seem to fit the bill.

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I tested these curtains and found that it is not 100% blackout from light. Using a flash light was able to penetrate the white grey curtain. The dark blue curtain had more light blocking. Nicetown also carries a 100% black out curtain ( https://amzn.to/3ywxZF2 ) which has a second black out layer. If you need an absolute no light window covering, go for curtains with a 2nd black out layer.

The ones from Costco Sun+BLK worked very well . They look very similar but have 3 layers including a white backing layer. They are completely opaque, absorbs sound, and are very light weight. I highly recommend them.

The curtains came in solid colors and were 84 inches in length. I got sevarl the 42 inch panels to cover my room. The fabric is thick enough to lower noise levels to absorb sound.

Overall for the price it was worth it to have another setup of insulated curtains. But if you want fill light blocking get a 2 or 3 layer 100% light blocking window curtain.

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Flexible Curtain Tracks ( https://amzn.to/3yhWvta )
Blackout or other curtains ( https://amzn.to/3dFyTak )
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REVIEW: Costco SUN+BLK Total Blackout Curtains – 2 Panels 52in x 84in $24.99

I just bought 6 packs of Costco SUN+BLK Total Blackout Curtains – 2 Panels 52in x 84in for $24.99 and installed some Flexible Curtain Tracks ( https://amzn.to/3yhWvta ) . There are similar blackout curtains online ( https://amzn.to/3dFyTak ). Its been great to reduce noise and sound and also provide privacy to store away background stuff, or you can use it to divide a room.

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Working from home, I need less noise and more privacy when on Zoom and video conference calls as well as when recording narration. This blackout curtain is fully blocks light from a 500 lumen high powered flashlight.

The flexible curved curtain track is able to be mounted on the ceiling and can cover up 1/2 the room including background storage and clutter as well as a distracting corner door. It also lowers the sound in the room from outside and from my speaker phone calls.

Stuff in this video:
Flexible Curtain Tracks ( https://amzn.to/3yhWvta )
Blackout or other curtains ( https://amzn.to/3dFyTak )

Using it for over a week, I get less noise distraction and able to get more work done at my home office.

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REVIEW / HOW TO: Flexible Curtain Tracks – More Privacy & Less Noise!

I just installed some Flexible Curtain Tracks ( https://amzn.to/3yhWvta ) and some blackout curtains ( https://amzn.to/3dFyTak ). Its been great to reduce noise and sound and also provide privacy to store away background stuff, or you can use it to divide a room. In this video I will install and review these new curtain track and curtains.

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Working from home, I need less noise and more privacy when on Zoom and video conference calls as well as when recording narration. This flexible curved curtain track is able to be mounted on the ceiling and can cover up 1/2 the room including background storage and clutter as well as a distracting corner door. It also lowers the sound in the room from outside and from my speaker phone calls.

You will need the following tools and parts:
– Flexible Curtain Tracks ( https://amzn.to/3yhWvta )
– Blackout or other curtains ( https://amzn.to/3dFyTak )
– Power Drill / Screwdriver ( https://amzn.to/3jHsWxb )
– 1/4 drill bit
– Pliers ( https://amzn.to/3hfnboU )
– Hack Saw ( https://amzn.to/3jHuVBH ) OR Tin Snips ( https://amzn.to/36aYqUD )
To trim the track if you need it shorter.

Overall It took about 2-3 hours to put up the track and curtains. The 20 feet of track kit came with all the hardware for the job. The most time was taken bending the metal track to a straight line and marking out the ceiling points.

If I had to do it again, I would have clipped the mounts onto the track the mounted the track directly to the ceiling. Clipping the track to the mounting hardware needs a lot of wrist and arm muscle. By preinstalling the clips, it would require less wrist action.

For 20 feet of track it came with about 48 roller hooks which is okay for 6 panels. You can buy more roller hooks ( https://amzn.to/36abaLf ) for more curtain panels.

Using it for over a week, I get less noise distraction and able to get more work done at my home office.

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