With great shame, I have to admit my bathroom setup has seen very little use. Only once over the last summer. Two things are contributing to this. One is my tray setup. Basically a wire shelf resting on the lip of my bathtub. Back and legs quickly start to hurt being hunched over this. But that can't be changed as space is at a minimum (but suggestions are still welcome if anyone has come up with a solution). The other is my light-proofing setup. I have 2 doors, and one window. When the darkroom isn't being used, I can't stand to have the window covered. Same with the doors. I'm looking for a quick and easy way to light proof these. I'm currently using heavy duty garbage bags and gaffer's tape for the window and gaffer's tape around the edges of the doors and a towel at the bottom. This works well enough to block light, but setup and takedown is such a pain that I haven't bothered with it for some time. So I'm wondering if anyone here has had any luck with dark, heavy curtains. Both doors and the window are recessed between a little bit of wall sticking out. So I was thinking of getting curtain rods that expand when you twist them and hanging a dark curtain from this. Benefit would be having everything up and down in a minute or two and being able to easily store it under my shelf (storage space is also at a minimum). Plus I'm having some issues with air circulation since all the gaps around the doors are taped up. Of course there are problems with this. It's going to be difficult to keep the curtains flush against the wall. I could sew in weights at the bottom, but that would probably only help a little. I also have no idea what to use. Black fleece might work (double layered) since it's softer and might conform to the wall surface better. Has anyone tried this? Any problems? What else have you tried that has worked besides plastic sheeting? Thanks, folks.