Flame Retardant

Acoustic Bonded Blackout Fleece Lining 137cm Wide

Excl. Tax: £ 9.30 Incl. Tax: £11.16
Excl. Tax: £ 9.30 Incl. Tax: £11.16
Excl. Tax: £9.30 Incl. Tax: £11.16
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This is Direct Fabrics exclusive blackout 3 pass coated fleece bonded lining.

The lining is a luxury weight and we recommend this for adding fullness to your curtains

Features of Acoustic Blackout Fleece Curtain Lining

  • Heavy Weight Acoustic Interlining with 3 Pass Blackout Coat4ing
  • 3 Pass Blackout - Blackout to Best Western Standards
  • Heavy Weight 380gms
  • Fleece Layer for Sound Absorption
  • Certified to ENISO 717-1 to 9db Reduction

Specification of Acoustic Blackout Curtain Lining

Product Code and Width: 6447, 137cm

Weight: 380gms

Colour: Ivory

Composition: FR Blackout with Polyester Fleece

Make Up: Full width on tube Ave Piece Length: 25m

FR Standards: BS 5867 Part 2B

Dimensional Stability to Dry Cleaning: +/-3% Care Instructions: Dry clean P sensitive Allow for shrinkage when attaching to other fabric qualities.

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Additional Information

Delivery*covid-19 delivery delays Next Day Expected But Not Guaranteed. (Excludes NI, SH, I) Delays Possible
Average Roll Size30 Metres
Flame Retardant Certified RatingBS5867 Part 2B
Flame RetardantYes
Washing / Cleaning Information Face FabricDry Clean P Sensitive
Fabric StylePlains
Fabric Width (cm)137
Pattern Repeat Vertical (cm)No
CompositionNo

How to Measure For Curtains, Blinds and Tracks.



Pen and Paper

For recording your
measurements.

Helper

Someone to assist if your
windows are large .

Metal Tape Measure

As this will allow you to get a
rigid full length measurement.





Make sure your curtain tracks and poles are fitted in the position you want.


Choose the type of curtains that you would like and how you want to hang your curtains. See our heading styles guide


We recommend fitting your hardware first before measuring, this avoids any issues with not getting the perfect fit.

 

Measure your window using our main guide. Quick summary below. Remember wave, pinch, and designer headings require slightly different measurement

Measure in 3 places and take the shortest drop – Floors and ceilings can run out.

Double / Triple check your measurements

how to measure for curtains



Choosing your Curtain Track Width

The width of the curtain track should extend past your window this allows for the curtains to stack back away from your window and allow light in.

Measure your recess and then add on 15cm on either side. For acoustics, we recommend further to fully cover and more the window. Tested to 30cm

Wave curtains, for every 100cm of track the curtains will stack circa *18cm

Eyelet curtains, they will stack back circa 10cm per *70cm of track width

Pencil Pleat will stack approx 25% of the track width. eg. 210cm track will stack 52.5%

* all dependent on thickness of fabric



Selecting your Curtain Drop

Where to Measure From for Different Type of Curtains

Type of Curtains

Fitted On

Where to Measure from - to desired length

Pencil Pleat Curtains

Curtain Track

Top of the Track - If using a extra wide track or designer track like silent gliss metropole, then measure from the underside of the track.

Pencil Pleat Curtains

Curtain Pole

Measure from small ring at the bottom of eye under the ring, this is where your curtain clips into.

Eyelet Curtains

Curtain Pole – Only

Top of the pole *we add on the upstand to our curtains,

Pinch Pleat Curtains

Curtain Track

The underside of the track

Wave Curtains

Curtain Track Designer Pole

The underside of the track

Acoustic Curtains

See Heading Style of Choice above

Same but makesure wider than normal ideally 30cm past either side and 30 above. Also to the floor.

 

How to Measure for Blinds goinng Inside the Recess

How to measure for blinds inside thet recess

  • Measure the exact width of the recess in three places; at the top of the recess, in the centre of the recess and near the bottom - then take the smallest size.
  • Measure the exact drop of the recess in three places on the left hand side of the recess, in the centre of the recess and on the right hand side of the recess - then take thesmallest size.
  • We will take one cm off the finished width size you have given us, to allow for the blind to pull up and down easily.
  • Double check your measurements
  • Cord Safety - Mounting Height - We ask for the mounting height of your blinds to allow for the cord to be 150cm off the ground. If mounting at 210cm This is what you enter in the Fitting height box. We make a deduction to ensure the cord is 150cm from the floor. Thus the cord loop will be 60cm

How to Measure Outside of the Recess


  • Measure the recess in 3 places on the width and also 3 places on the drop. Take the widest measurement.
  • Measure the width of the actual recess plus an additional amount – Usually from 7cm-15cm whatever you think looks appropriate. This is for overlap.
  • Measure the exact drop of the recess. The blind would be fitted above the recess, so check the space above and add an amount on to the drop – usually from 7-15cm
  • These sizes you have taken will be the size of the finished blind.

  • Double check your measurements
  • Cord Safety - Mounting Height - We ask for the mounting height of your blinds to allow for the cord to be 150cm off the ground. If mounting at 210cm This is what you enter in the fitting height box. We make a deduction to ensure the cord is 150cm from the floor. Thus the cord loop will be 60cm



Cubicle Tracks you have to measure with right angles from wall to wall where you want the track to go

Draw your room on a piece of paper with a sky view

Now measure from the wall to wall for straight tracks,

L Shape Tracks Measure to a point on the floor and mark with a piece of tape. Then for the other sides measure from the other wall to that point.

Always check for obstructions and fitting issues you may need to work around