Faulty SewingMatthewThe tent-like dowels couldn’t go through the sleeve where they are intended to go to make this what it’s supposed to be. The sleeve was sewn shut, not just at the opening, but also at all the joints making it impossible to keep intact without destroying to get the pegs in. We had to return and didn’t bother with others because it’s more than likely there’s a whole batch or numerous faulty ones mixed in.
Fits over a queen bedSuzanneFits over a queen bed
Best $30 i've ever spent.JazminThis net is large and sturdy. What I did is I took a keychain ring and looped it through the loop. Then I used a command hook on my soffit and I hung the hoop from that. Today, during a crazy windstorm, I watched this thing get squished and smushed and tossed around and it is still completely intact. The perfect bug solution for my apartment balcony.
Better in a room withLeannaBetter in a room with high ceilings
Garden perfection!SuzanneLove this over my daybed in the garden! Perfect when you don’t want to be bothered by bugs. I can sleep out there now.
nettingSophieIt's a lot thinner of a fabric than I thought. Using it for a mosquito net when on the deck. It gets windy where I'm from so I've had to weigh it down with some stones at the bottom by sewing them in. Otherwise it will keep spinning in place. Such a wide diameter! Really covered my small sofa with ottoman.
This was purchased for aMargaretThis was purchased for a 5 year old. We also bought the lights that were on the display. It’s over her bed and she loves it.
So Pretty!ClaudineThis was bought for my daughter's room to make a princessy look around her bed. Based on other reviews I thought it would be quite small, but it was larger than expected and actually, takes up a bit too much space in the small bedroom. We love it though!
My sanctuaryVerified BuyerMy ivory tower, Also known as my balcony spending a lot of time out here lately and anyone who lives by the lake knows it’s nat season. For a couple weeks every spring lake side people get swarmed by Nats they’re everywhere, it’s horrible you can’t even walk down the street let alone sit outside. SOLIG Net is the perfect solution. I hung this on my balcony. I’m now sitting pretty, thank you so much IKEA because if I had to spend one more moment cooped up inside with my teenager I might lose it.
Very good but it's smallVerified BuyerI purchased this product last year, and it is very satisfactory, and I believe it's a good price for what you get. Would be great if they would have a bigger one, as this product is small. It's for one person.
Princess netDavidI bought it for a student who is terrified of spiders. It was perfect
Great for being mosquito free!LindaGreat product for what I bought it for. The only negative is it was hard to find the slots to put the rods in.
DanielWork well over an umbrella, over a table outside....
Great for keeping bugs at bayJeffWe even use one, without the hoop, as a throw near the sofa outdoors. Great for evening naps without mosquitoes.
Not roundVerified Buyerthe poles that go in the net won't stay rounded and poke out and rip the sleeve they slide in. I don't use this product anymore- its junk