Curtains. Thursday , May 04th , 2017 - 08:00:39 AM
Curtains are often used to conceal the interiors from the outside while allowing the light to filter through. Since they block the sun, they bear the brunt of harsh ultraviolet rays which can cause the colors to fade over time. The effect is accelerated by exposure and intensity so those living in warm climates will be affected quite severely. Vibrantly colored curtains will turn pale after years of continuous use. The darker the initial shade, the more obvious this will be. Smart homeowners will therefore turn to white curtains as these do not have any dyes to worry about. They will retain their appearance for many years with proper care. Another trick is to use a double curtain configuration wherein white curtains face the sun while colored curtains face the room.
Cleaning an outdoor window blind is quite simple. You just need water and a hose to clean it. Cleaning indoor window blinds is a little more time-consuming. Firstly, close the blind so that each slat gets separated. Then dust all the slats with a duster. Clean each individual slat with a wet cloth. If you want them to be spotless, you can take them down and clean with soap and water or other recommended products. You can even use detergent to clean heavy stains on the blinds. You must remember to let the blinds dry completely before putting them in place again.
So, if you don't find the bamboo rods you are looking for, you can easily make them yourself to match your taste. You may use antique fittings for darker colored rods, or lighter fittings if you are using them in their natural form. Use this eco-friendly material in your home decor, and see the difference it makes to the overall appearance of your room.
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