Anushka Banister Curtains, 2017-01-20 09:11:49. To receive a formal quotation you're going to need some basic information to provide to the supplier. For instance, your going to need to know the exact length of track based on the length of your curtain. You will also want to inform the supplier of the height of the curtain. They will need to know this information so that they can provide enough strength in the steel to hold up the weight of the entire assembly.
Aggie Lala Curtains, 2017-01-21 00:11:47. How will your rods be hung ' inside or outside the window frame? For outside the frame ' on the wall: the idea here is usually to cover the window completely. Measure 2-5" out from each side of the window trim. The total curtain rod length should be about 12" longer than your window width. And don't be fooled:
Rashmi Jameela Curtains, 2017-01-20 23:11:45. If there is a tear near the hole where the vane is attached to the clip of the rail, then the vane would fall down. To repair that tear, just cut a small piece of the vane from its lower end and paste it with glue on the torn joint. The size of the replacement piece should not be larger than required or else, the entire hole may get covered up. Hold the glued part tightly in between your fingers till the two pieces bond well with each other. Now, you can put it back to its position in the rail. If the slat is made of fabric material, then the torn part can be mended by needle and thread.
Jyotsna Nitika Curtains, 2017-01-20 23:11:46. Now that your linens have been washed what's the best way to get them dry? Linen can be placed in a dryer, hung on a line or laid flat to dry. If you are using a dryer you will want to place it on the delicate or gentle cycle so the temperature is a little cooler than some of the other settings. Having the linen in direct sunlight for at least part of the drying time is recommended to kill any bacteria and because it makes your linens smell good. Linen fabrics do not have to be ironed but if you choose to it is best to do it when the fabric is still slightly damp. White and light colored linens can be ironed on both sides, but darkly colored linens should only be ironed on the wrong side (the side that is not facing out to be seen).
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