Thermal Curtain Fabrics
Improve insolation and energy efficiency in your home with our thermal curtains here at Spotlight. Discover the range of curtains at Spotlight today.
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Can I purchase thermal curtain fabrics at Spotlight?
At Spotlight, you can choose from a large range of plain, printed and jacquard fabrics as well as several colourful designs for kids bedrooms. With so many styles and designs to choose from, you will be able to find the right material for curtains in every room of your home. All available as material that can be cut by the metre, as well as some magic drape thermal curtain fabrics, you can get exactly as much or as little as you need for your curtains.
Why use thermal curtain fabrics?
You can improve the insulation and energy efficiency of your home by using thermal curtain fabrics for your windows. Some thermal fabrics are treated with layers of acrylic while others have been made using a triple weave with an insulating layer in the middle. This is done to help you with both hot and cold extremes, the insulating properties of the fabric will mean your home will stay cooler in summer and warmer in winter.
Can I use thermal curtain fabrics for my kids rooms?
Yes, you will find a number of great designs for kids in our thermal curtain fabric range, which will be enjoyed by both boys and girls. The thermal properties also help to block out more light, so this fabric is ideal for kids bedroom curtains. Choose from lovely designs such as Finding Dory, Cars, Jungle animals, Birds and much more. You will find all other things needed for making your curtains here at Spotlight too, as well as curtain tracks and rods.
How do I care for thermal fabrics?
To avoid damaging the thermal layer that these curtains contain, hand-washing is recommended instead of machine washing and drying. Thermal fabrics can also be vacuumed and then cleaned using a fabric spray, or they can be lightly steamed from the front only, taking care not to drench the fabric. Wash larger curtains in the bath tub! Use a mild detergent, and once you have washed your curtain, dry them on the washing line - that way you will not have many wrinkles to worry about.