Fitted Blackout Blinds

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Blackout blinds is the great solution for you if your home have the room that lets in a lot of light, especially the bedroom. Maybe you ever get annoy when you are sleeping the lights enter your bedroom. By using blackout blinds, you will not get that problem because the blackout blind has ability to keep out the lights enter your room, even totally. Blackout blinds is able to be fitted behind your existing curtains, providing an extra layer of light protection. There are a lot of types of blinds, such as roller blinds, roman blinds, skylight blinds, venetian blinds, wooden blinds, vertical blinds etc. The blackout blinds is able to blend with design and interior of your room easily. If you use this blackout blinds at your home, it is going to make your room look more modern, beautiful and elegant. The blackout blinds is also suitable for small windows and even a very large size window.

How do you get blackout blinds? If you want to buy blackout blinds, you are able to buy it in the marketplaces or stores. When you have measured and ordered your blackout blinds, the next step is you have to do a fitting. By the way, how to do a fitting blackout blinds? Well, in this article, we are going to discuss about the way to fitting a roller blackout blinds. Let us see its explanation in the text below.

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WHAT YOU NEED:

•    Your blind

•    Screwdriver

•    Pencil

•    Appropriate screws and fittings

•    A drill, though not needed in all cases

•    A metal tape measure

•    A sturdy step-ladder

FITTING A ROLLER BLIND WITH A SIDE CONTROL CHAIN

STEP ONE: FIXING THE BRACKETS

Firstly, you have to take stock of which side your control end is going to go. Then you are able to hold your brackets to the wall. Please mark when they need to go in relation to where the blind is going to hang and screw in them. It is to make sure that none of the blind’s fabric is going to be touching any part of the window when it’s rolled up.

STEP TWO: FITTING THE BLIND

The second step, you just need to fit the spring plunger into the bracket. Then you have to push the chain-free end into place first. After that, you are able to manoeuvre the control end of the blind into the other bracket. Then please allow it to drop down to that it locks into place.

STEP THREE: MAKE IT SAFE

The last step, with the chain operated blind, you are going to be supplied with two child safety ‘easy break’ chain connectors. These have to be fitted because they are designed to protect children by breaking apart when weight is applied. Simply you just need to clip the loose end of the chain into the corrector to reinstate the loop.

This is the explanation about one of examples fitting blackout blinds. We hope you are able to understand and follow its step correctly.

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