Curtains. Monday , May 01st , 2017 - 18:00:37 PM
Now consider what kind of curtain or drape you'll be hanging. Will it be light and billowy, heavy and insulating or something in between? You guessed it: the weight of the coverings will be instrumental in choosing your rod. Maybe you want a layered look, so you'll be considering double or triple rods.
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.
The last step is to put in the curtain clip rings into the curtain rods and place the rod into place.
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