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    Light blocking fabric is available from fabric stores and is reasonably cheap. Make sure you test it as there are some that don't totally block light out. I used small peices of velcro at intervals around the "edges" of the door frame and on the fabric to hang the fabric which overlapped a little. Works great. You can do the same for a outside window, but will generally need a peice of felt or black plastic as a second curtain cause some velcro will pass light; Get the black stuff.

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    Thought that I would let everybody know my solution after all of your help. I bought an expandable shower curtain rod and some light blocking material from the local fabric store and velcro. It is very easy to put up/take down.

    Thanks again,
    G

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