Give your window a fresh start with the Shadehaven 72 3/4W in. 3 in. Light Filtering Sheer Shades with Roller System. These soft, light-diffusing pleated shades can be positioned completely open, fully closed, or anywhere in between for the privacy control you want. Made from sturdy knitted polyester fabric in a wide range of colors and sizes, these window shades can be raised with the vanes still open. To clean, use a feather duster or vacuum at a low suction setting.
The metal roller is a traditional roller shade design. A bead chain raises and lowers the shade. Metal roller shades are available with two brackets in 1.5 and 2-inch widths. Minimum depth for flush inside mount including installation brackets is 2.5 inches.
Inside Mount: To determine the size of the Shadehaven window treatment you need, measure the width of your window in three different places - top, middle, and bottom. Measurements should be taken within the window jamb. Order a window treatment in the smallest of your three measurements.
Cleaning and Care
The soft and delicate feel of the Shadehaven fabric belies the durability of the material. Shadehaven is made from a sturdy, knitted polyester fabric which can be feather-dusted or vacuumed at a low setting. Spots or stains should be lightly rubbed clean with a damp sponge and mild soap. To avoid discoloration of the material, use of chemical cleaners is not recommended.
Precautions should be taken to reduce exposure to harsh environmental elements like salt air. Continuous exposure to salt air through open windows and doors will accelerate fabric deterioration over time.
Do not clean the fabric with electrostatic wipes such as Swiffer® or Pledge Grab-It®. Shadehaven fabric may be ultrasonically cleaned.
Be aware that it is possible for children to become entangled in window covering cords. To reduce the risk of accidents, all cords must be kept out of reach of children. The cord tensioner used on Shadehaven continuous cord loops keeps the cord taut to prevent children and pets from entangling and subsequently injuring themselves.