Sleepout curtain | Instructions & Videos
2. Using the suction cups
3. Installing your Sleepout Curtain
4. Using the Sleepout Pads
5. Folding your Sleepout Curtain & putting it back into the bag
6. Small windows & extra fabric
7. Large windows & combining two Sleepout Curtains
The re-usable Sleepout Pads block out light bleeds, stick the grey side to all surfaces (including wood, painted drywall, and even fabric!) and won't damage windows or walls.
Unboxing your Sleepout Curtain
Using the suction cups
Installing your Sleepout Curtain
Using the Sleepout Pads
Folding your Sleepout Curtain & putting it back into the bag
Small windows & extra fabric
Large windows & combining two Sleepout Curtains
You can also combine multiple Sleepout Curtains on larger windows! Starting on one side, install the Sleepout Curtain like normal. When you get to the middle suction cup, leave space for both curtains to attach. We recommend folding back the first one and allowing the second one to overlap. Continue to install as usual.