|Item Weight||9.6 ounces|
|Package Dimensions||27 x 4.5 x 2 inches|
|Item model number||3122531|
|Size||24 inch high by 48 inch wide|
|Installation Method||Peel and Stick|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
Redi Shade 3122531 Redi Arch Paper Window Shade 24-by-48-Inch
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This is the shade to use if you're looking for a quick, temporary way to block light in an arch window. Redi Shade's temporary shades feature an attractive pleated design that effectively blocks light and ensures privacy. You can install these shades in literally seconds without nails or brackets-just peel and stick. Made of durable paper. Fits half-circle arch windows of up to 48 inches wide; may be trimmed to fit windows as small as 24 inches wide.--Josh Dettweiler
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Redi Arch is the first easy and economical solution for covering half-round arch windows. Simply measure, trim-to-width and peel & stick. Easy to install, each shade comes complete with a self adhesive holder for windowsill mounting.
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* Yes, the measuring tape on the product itself is off by an inch or more, but this is intentional to accommodate the little arch at the bottom-center of the fan as it goes over the plastic holder. Use the measurements on the fan - they're trustworthy.
* Clean the surface of the area you want to apply the fan to THOROUGHLY. Adhesive that is applied to dust won't hold well and will come loose. I scrubbed the ledge where I wanted to mount my fan with warm, soapy water. The original binding is still holding, even after 7 months.
Keep these two things in mind and you should be satisfied by what you get for what you spent.
The shade arrived and I carefully measured my arch according to package directions. I used several of those black binder clips to hold the shade so it wouldn't shift while I was cutting it. The coping saw worked fine.
As for the adhesive strip, I didn't need to use it as the sill for this window is quite deep and the shade stays put. However, if I do need to fix it in place, I will use some adhesive backed Vel-Cro tape (available at most sewing/craft stores). There are also Vel-Cro 'dots' in various sizes that may work as well.
As for cleaning the shade, and this one is heavy paper stock, I will probably vacuum it with the brush attachment. Alternatively, use a paper towel dampened with Windex All-Surface cleaner (it's clear so there's no color stain problem).
Now I'm looking for something as easy and cost-effective as Redi-shade for the large Eyebrow (think flat arch)window that I have.
Surprisingly enough, it was almost an exact fit - just had to do a little trimming with the scissors on the left side. I used double sticky tape to hold the center down in place. If you do this correctly, the blind will not waiver (become flimsy).
Yes the material is lightweight - it is made of heavy paper - but what would one expect for this price?
It looks so nice ~ the light now filters through - no bright sunlight - and the price was alot better than getting arched wood blinds to match the others.
This is the easiest project I have ever done by myself - hubby is out of town. Thank you Amazon for selling this awesome product !
We bought these to block sun on the round windows that are above the rectangular bottom parts. We have wooden blinds below but the tops are open and the sun is a killer. We priced plantation shutters and other products but the prices were prohibitive. When we ordered these, for as cheap as they were, we didn't expect much. We were pleasantly surprised.
A slight modification was needed. These fan shades are made to attach to a bottom sill of a round window. Our application was to put them above blinds that cover the bottom of the window. Since the blinds have an open topped box at top, it was necessary to cut a piece of 1/4" paneling to cover the top of that box. Then installation was easy.
They look great from the street. We put them up this winter so we will just have to wait and see how well they hold up to the South Texas summer sun.
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