Black Out Lining

Dry Clean only.

Geek info alert: The process of manufacturing blackout was apparently invented by Baltimore-based Rockland Industries and involves coating a fabric with fine layers, or ‘passes’of foam. A ‘2-pass’ blackout is produced by applying two passes of foam to a fabric – first, a black layer is applied to the fabric, then a white or light-colored layer is applied on top of the black. A ‘3-pass’ blackout is produced by applying a layer of white foam to the fabric first, then a layer of black foam followed by the third and final layer of white or light-colored foam.


16.2 in stock


Black Out lining is for curtain and blind making; contrary to popular belief, “Blackout’ is not necessarily black in colour, but ‘blacks’ out the light.

Our opaque blackout lining is a woven, coated fabric – a thermal 3 pass Black Out. Durable and doesn’t fray.

Most commonly found in hotel rooms as curtain linings or drapery fabrics, blocking much of the light that would otherwise enter through a window when the curtains are closed.

For travellers, night shift workers, and parents of babies, blackout is an essential element in the bedroom!  (also used for film projector screens)

138cm wide

price is per metre


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