* Designed to block 99% of sunlight
* Reduces UV rays and promotes privacy
* Ideal for bedrooms, home office and living rooms
Whether it’s that one unrelenting ray of sunlight beaming directly in your eyes every morning or your home is already fitted with the best lighting money can buy, there are effective solutions to block out unwanted sunlight so you can sleep in past sunrise, and we’ve got 4 easy ways to do it. Read on to discover the best hacks to shield yourself from the sun while giving your home or office an added bump in privacy and style.
1. Coavas Frosted Window Film
Not only is this frosted window film an ideal privacy solution for your home or office, it also reduces glares and 95% of UV rays. Designed to be fuss-free and mess-free (no glue is needed), simply apply the static film onto wet glass, smooth out edges and you’re all set. If you change your mind, peel the corners and it comes right off with no sticky residue.
2. HLC.ME Blackout Curtain Liner
Now you can turn your see-through curtains into 100% blackout curtains with this reliable Blackout Liner. Energy-efficient and noise-reducing, these liners work by blocking 100% of sunlight and also reduces street noise for uninterrupted sleep or studying. The set comes complete with hooks so it’s ready to hang out of the box.
3. Nicetown Blackout Curtain Blinds
Made with a soft yet durable fabric, Nicetown’s Blackout Curtain Blinds is woven with three layers of construction to block out unwanted light while promoting privacy in your home. Each package comes with two panels and designed with built-in rod pockets for quick and easy installation.
4. Redi Shade Original Blackout Pleated Paper Shade
The great thing about Redi Shade’s Pleated Paper Shade is that you can trim it yourself so there’s no question it’ll fit perfectly in your window frame. Once that’s done, it’s ready to install in seconds so you can enjoy a room of privacy, UV protection and 99% of external lights blocked. The shades are cordless so it’s safe to use in children’s rooms as well.
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