Hanes White Thermafoam Drapery Lining Fabric
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Hanes White Thermafoam Drapery Lining Fabric

Product ID: 25013

$2.90 per Yard

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  • Manufacturer: Hanes
  • Content: 50% Cotton, 50% Polyester Face, 100% Acrylic/Latex Foam Backing
  • Width: 54"
  • Features: Cuts down on sunlight exposure to prevent fading.
  • Care: Dry Cleaning Recommended
  • Weight: 4.25 Oz Per Square Yard
  • Maximum Continuous Length: Approximately 100 Yards, when ordering more than 100 Yards please note it may come in more than one piece.

Unlike standard drapery lining, Thermafoam lining provides room-dimming benefits, without completely blocking outdoor light.

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The reviews were very positive.
Ernestine H on Sep 20, 2018
I like the thermafoam for my drapes because it keeps the cold out and the sun as this window get the afternoon sun.
Danuta F on Jul 21, 2018
The reviews were very positive.
Ernestine H on Sep 20, 2018
Comments from previous purchasers sound as if this will work well in our R.V.
Sally A on Sep 4, 2018
I like the thermafoam for my drapes because it keeps the cold out and the sun as this window get the afternoon sun.
Danuta F on Jul 21, 2018
I need to line three large drapery panels for a customer
Linda H on Jul 14, 2018
I needed to block out the heat so I chose to use this to line my curtains.
Cristina N on Jun 10, 2018
great lining
gladys w on Apr 8, 2018
It's cheap and provides thermal benefits.
andrea s on Feb 24, 2018
Price and comments
Mary S on Feb 4, 2018
Making roman shades
Michelle K on Jan 7, 2018
To line existing and homemade drapes. Cold windows
Alice D on Jan 7, 2018
using for lining of curtains on some very cold windows.
LAURA O on Jan 3, 2018
I am using this fabric as a backing for my windows to help keep my living room warm
Juanita S on Jan 1, 2018
Insulating and sun protection properties, great shipping price, good per yard price.
Lin H on Nov 25, 2017
My curtain fabric is very lightweight linen. But I still needed some heat and light blocked on hot Florida afternoons. This seemed like a good lining fabric to keep the living room cooler, while retaining the flowy feel of the curtains.
Suzanne C on Nov 13, 2017
Perfect lining for use in Arizona. The thermafoam helps minimize the heat transfer thru
the window, but does not completely darken the room.
Judi T on Sep 4, 2017
From the description of the lining it is what I am looking for to cut down on heat transfer from my windows.
Catherine M on Jul 22, 2017
Good price, great service, just what I needed.
JEAN R on Jun 21, 2017
Good quality and great price!
Lisa A. B on Apr 24, 2017
quality and price.
CATHERINE N on Apr 23, 2017
CECILE C on Apr 18, 2017
I have used before
LESLIE M on Apr 12, 2017
Very good material
ELIZABETH C on Mar 23, 2017
The front of our house is almost all window so we need the insulating effect of this lining and to prolong the life if our new curtain fabric.
Shelley M on Mar 8, 2017
I bought thin panel curtains and need to give them some heft as well as insulation and sun blocking. I don't want complete blackout (and didn't want to spend that much either). I hope this is heavy enough... fingers crossed!
MEREDITH L on Feb 12, 2017
To improve drapability of lightweight curtains.
DEBRA G on Jan 23, 2017
Very good lining
MARIAN W on Jan 18, 2017
Qualities of adding more protection from heat/cold and very good price.
CAROL C on Jan 4, 2017
needed fabric for RV curtains that had some thermal properties while blocking some sunlight (not blackout)
CAROLYN W on Dec 12, 2016
I chose this fabric because of its ability to block out heat and cold, protect the fabric of the drapes from fading, and also to block light. The price is also very good.
Jody F on Nov 28, 2016
Because in this instance, the windows that this lining is being used for has strong sun. There is no need to black out the windows, but the thermofoam provides some extra protection for the face fabric, It also helps to insulate the windows to cut back on the heat.
RON R on Nov 16, 2016
great price
Lisa A. B on Oct 24, 2016
Just what I was looking for to line existing bedroom curtains. The price was the best I had seen anywhere.
ALICE B on Sep 18, 2016
Comments from previous purchasers sound as if this will work well in our R.V.
Sally A on Sep 4, 2018
I need to line three large drapery panels for a customer
Linda H on Jul 14, 2018
which side - the suede feel or smooth feel - is the "right" side i.e. the side that is placed towards the window.?
A shopper on Dec 12, 2016
BEST ANSWER: The two sides honestly look and feel very similar, so there isn't necessarily a right or wrong side.
Would this lining material block out sunlight and heat from a south exposure window?
A shopper on Dec 31, 2016
BEST ANSWER: Hanes White Thermafoam Drapery Lining is not a blackout lining. You can find blackout drapery lining here:
In addition to blocking light, any of them will block heat, but look for thermal or insulating in the "Features" under details on the product page for the ones that will do it best.
I have a florida room with very drafty windows, will this fabric block the drafts that are coming in?
Jean S on Mar 11, 2017
How bulky is this lining?
A shopper on Apr 9, 2017
BEST ANSWER: It's thick and I was a bit concerned when purchasing but because the window gets direct sunlight I went ahead and got it. I have to say is wonderful! Once up the curtains hang perfectly and you would never know that it as thick as it is. I love it and would definitely buy again.
is fabric opaque or can fabric pattern be detected through?
A shopper on Oct 11, 2016
BEST ANSWER: Opaque. Cannot see fabric through this lining
Could thermafoam be used in a bag for a baby bottle to keep the bottle cold with A gel pack?
A shopper on Dec 3, 2016
BEST ANSWER: I wouldnt
Does this lining need to be hemmed?
A shopper on Jul 15, 2018
BEST ANSWER: I don't know that the lining "needed" to be hemmed, but as I was attaching it to some bought draperies that already had a thin lining, I only attached it at the top, I did hem the sides and bottom to give a nicer finished look. The material does not fray and was easy to work with.
can this be used as interlining for drapes, and table runners placemats?
A shopper on May 16, 2018
BEST ANSWER: I used for lining drapes for a motor home for a client to help keep the Arizona heat out. Worked up very nice. I had not though about a table runner or place mat, but imagine it could. In fact I have some left over and may just try using for that. It would give it the extra body and keep it stable.
One of my rooms ( one wall only) is facing the afternoon sun. The wall surface inside the room gets very warm (about 40 deg C ). This in turn makes the room warm till late at night. Can I paste this fabric on the inside wall surface to keep away the heat and hence reduce its warming effect within the room ?. Thank you for any suggestion.
A shopper on Jun 8, 2018
BEST ANSWER: I don't believe this fabric would be very effective if used on the wall itself, only if used to block the sun in the windows.
Does this fabric have a shine to it or is it more of a matte finish?
A shopper on Jan 5, 2018
BEST ANSWER: It is more matte.
is this thermaform lining an 'interlining'? Can it be used as the only lining? Can this be used for Roman shades? Can it be ironed or pressed to crease the shade folds?
A shopper on Jul 31, 2017


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I immediately noticed a difference on a cold night, there was not the usual cold air coming from the window area.
February 11, 2017
1 year ago
This lining was perfect for my needs . I wanted to line two ready made sets of curtains. It has helped keep my room warmer and cut out some the light . It's not blackout lining.
December 19, 2016
1 year ago
I bought it because the price was good-if I had seen it in the store I might have hesitated. 3 things are troublesome for me1) it’s very difficult to tell the themaform side. 2) it wrinkles easily 3) which requires ironing and if the iron is too hot ( which means hot enough to get steam) or you iron the wrong side the rubber beads off
February 20, 2018
8 months ago
Lining worked out great!
I just made drapes for a RV window. Fabric has a heavy feel but sewed beautifully and lined a lighter weight fabric, and pleater tape. Customer was very pleased how they turned out.
Portion of RV Window as it winds around the front window
Portion of RV Window as it winds around the front window
November 6, 2017
1 year ago