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How do I measure for Roller blinds?

All you need to do is measure the width and drop of your window using a metal tape measure, make sure you have a pen and paper to hand so you can easily write down the sizes. Check out our helpful video guide for more information.

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How to install Roller blinds inside the recess?

Installing a Roller blind is a lot simpler than you think. All you need is a tape measure, drill, screws, wall plugs and a pencil for marking up. Simply mount the brackets inside the recess using a top or side fix method, the blind will click into the brackets and sit perfectly in your window frame. Take a look at our fitting guide to make sure you get it spot on.

Which Roller blind fabric will suit my room?

If you want that bright airy feel and the sun shining into your living space our range of light filtering roller blinds will be the perfect choice for your home. But if you are looking for more privacy and a better night’s sleep, we recommend our blackout roller blind. Our made to measure service will help you get the perfect fit for the window and block out that unwanted light.

Night and day blinds, also known as zebra blinds or dual roller blinds, work by using a single roller tube to raise and lower two layers of fabric - one transparent and one opaque. The fabrics are connected to the roller tube with cords and pulleys, allowing them to be raised or lowered independently.

To operate the blinds, you can use a cord or a chain to raise and lower the fabrics. Some night and day blinds also come with a remote control or can be integrated with a smart home system for convenient operation.

When the transparent fabric is raised and the opaque fabric is lowered, the blinds allow light to enter the room while still providing some privacy. When the opaque fabric is raised and the transparent fabric is lowered, the blinds block out light and provide complete privacy. When both fabrics are raised, the blinds are fully open and allow maximum light and visibility.

Night and day blinds are a versatile and convenient way to control the light and privacy levels in a room. They are easy to install and operate, and they come in a variety of colors, patterns, and materials to suit different decor styles.

To clean night and day blinds, you can follow these steps:

  1. Start by dusting the blinds with a dry, soft cloth or a feather duster to remove any loose dirt or debris.
  2. If the blinds are particularly dirty or have stains, you may need to wash them. To do this, mix a mild detergent with warm water in a bucket. Dip a cloth or sponge into the solution and wring it out well, then use it to scrub the blinds, starting at the top and working your way down.
  3. Rinse the blinds with a clean, damp cloth to remove any soap residue.
  4. Dry the blinds thoroughly with a clean, dry cloth.
  5. If the blinds have any stubborn stains that are difficult to remove, you can try using a mild solvent, such as rubbing alcohol or white vinegar, to spot clean the affected areas. Be sure to test the solvent on a small, inconspicuous area of the blinds first to make sure it does not cause any damage.
  6. To prevent the blinds from getting dirty in the future, try to dust them regularly and keep the windows closed during times when the air is particularly dusty or polluted.

Keep in mind that the cleaning method you use may depend on the type of fabric used for the blinds. Always refer to the manufacturer's instructions for the best way to care for and clean your specific blinds.

To fit night and day blinds, you will need:

  • The roller blind itself
  • Screws
  • A drill
  • A screwdriver
  • A measuring tape
  • A pencil

Here are the steps to follow:

  1. Measure the width and height of the window where you want to install the roller blind. Make sure to measure from the inside of the window frame to get the most accurate measurement.
  2. Measure and mark the center point of the window frame at the top and bottom. This is where you will drill the screws that will hold the blind in place.
  3. Hold the top of the roller blind against the window frame, making sure that it is level and centered. Mark the positions of the screws on the window frame.
  4. Pre-drill the screw holes using a drill bit that is slightly smaller than the screws you will be using.
  5. Hold the roller blind in place and screw it into the window frame using the screws and a screwdriver.
  6. Test the blind to make sure it moves up and down smoothly. If it doesn't, you may need to adjust the tension by tightening or loosening the screws on the back of the blind.
  7. Repeat the process for any additional roller blinds you want to install.

Night and day blinds are similar to regular roller blinds in terms of installation, but they have two layers of fabric that can be raised and lowered independently. Make sure to follow the manufacturer's instructions for specific details on how to install and operate your particular blinds.

It is generally not recommended to cut night and day blinds, as they are typically made to fit a specific size and any alterations could affect their performance and durability. If you need a custom size, it is usually best to purchase a roller blind that is made to your desired size.

If you still want to cut a night and day blind, here are some things to consider:

  • Make sure you have the proper tools, such as a sharp utility knife or scissors.
  • Measure and mark the cutting line clearly and accurately, using a ruler or measuring tape to ensure a straight cut.
  • Use a straight edge, such as a ruler or a level, to guide the knife or scissors for a clean, straight cut.
  • Cut slowly and carefully, taking care not to accidentally cut through any cords or mechanisms that operate the blind.
  • If the blind has a pattern or design, make sure to align the cutting line with the pattern to avoid ruining the design.

Keep in mind that cutting a night and day blind may void any warranties or guarantees, and the modified blind may not function properly. It is also important to follow safety precautions when using sharp tools.

Night and day blinds, also known as zebra blinds or dual roller blinds, work by using a single roller tube to raise and lower two layers of fabric - one transparent and one opaque. The fabrics are connected to the roller tube with cords and pulleys, allowing them to be raised or lowered independently.

To operate the blinds, you can use a cord or a chain to raise and lower the fabrics. Some night and day blinds also come with a remote control or can be integrated with a smart home system for convenient operation.

When the transparent fabric is raised and the opaque fabric is lowered, the blinds allow light to enter the room while still providing some privacy. When the opaque fabric is raised and the transparent fabric is lowered, the blinds block out light and provide complete privacy. When both fabrics are raised, the blinds are fully open and allow maximum light and visibility.

Night and day blinds are a versatile and convenient way to control the light and privacy levels in a room. They are easy to install and operate, and they come in a variety of colors, patterns, and materials to suit different decor styles.

Here are some common problems with night and day blinds and how to fix them:

  1. Blinds won't stay up or down: This may be caused by a problem with the cords or tension. To fix this, try adjusting the cords or screws on the back of the blind to increase or decrease the tension. If the problem persists, you may need to replace the cords or other mechanisms.
  2. Blinds are difficult to raise or lower: This may be caused by dirt or debris caught in the mechanism. To fix this, try cleaning the mechanism with a soft cloth or a toothbrush. If the problem persists, you may need to replace the mechanism.
  3. Blinds have become misaligned: If the blinds are not rolling up evenly or are not level, they may have become misaligned. To fix this, try adjusting the brackets or screws that hold the blind in place. If the problem persists, you may need to replace the brackets or screws.
  4. Blinds have torn or frayed fabric: If the fabric on your roller blinds has become torn or frayed, you may be able to repair it by patching the hole or reinforcing the fabric with fabric glue or a hot glue gun. If the damage is too extensive, you may need to replace the blinds.

If you are having difficulty fixing your night and day blinds, you may want to consider hiring a professional for repairs or replacing the blinds entirely.

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