Wide awake

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  1. gordoncbrown

    gordoncbrown Funster

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    Morning Funsters. Has anyone got tips on how to keep the daylight out? The blinds etc are not too bad but do let too much light in for me. I don't like wearing the eye cover things and I'm not allowed to paint the windows black.
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    How about painting your eyeballs then!!:Cool:
     
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    I used 'black out' blinds when working nights and sleeping in the day. I think they were from Dunelm. They also supply 'black out' curtain linings.

    Lorraine x
     
  4. aba

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    go and buy a roll of that silver bubble wrap from a diy store and cut to fit tightly in the window hole then close the blind.
     
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    You could try a blindfold !!!!:thumb:
     
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    naaaah a folded blind is about as much use as a glass with a hole in the bottom :Rofl1::Rofl1::Rofl1:
     
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