Curtains. Tuesday , June 27th , 2017 - 19:00:37 PM
Wrought iron curtains are known for their long life and ease of installation. However, before you install your new rods, take into account their size. If you purchased a rather thick rod, it will be heavier and may require extra support for proper installation. Just imagine a heaver curtain rod with even heavier drapes all pulling on your wall. Look for support brackets to help spread the weight. If unsure, ask a customer service person at your local hardware store for advice.
Cut two fabric panels according to the dimensions that you have calculated by using a pair of sharp scissors. Fold the bottom edges of the fabric panels by 2 inches and hem the edges neatly with a sewing machine. If you do not have a sewing machine, you can hem the edges by hand. When you are done hemming the bottom edges of the fabric, hem the side edges by tucking and folding the fabric edges by 1 inch. Make sure that all the folded edges of the side and the bottom face the same side.
Apart from all this, the best and the easiest way is to have white vinegar and an old sock or a cotton glove at your disposal. Place it on your hand and dip the tips (fingers) of the sock or the glove in the container having vinegar, and simply run your fingers through both the sides of the slat for removing the dust. Clean each slat by using this method; just keep checking that the sock has not become too dirty, or it will make the slats even more dirty than they were before.
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