Curtains. Friday , March 03rd , 2017 - 16:30:18 PM
Some families used to have two sets of blinds, one for summers and the other for winters. The summer curtains usually consisted of two sets of blinds. Net blinds would be drawn during the day to let the sunlight in, and a heavier set of shades mounted on a separate rail would be used to cover the windows at night.
Tracking could be classified as ceiling mounted cubicle track and suspended cubicle track. The ceiling mounted cubicle tracking systems would be made out of aluminum and could be used effectively for covering the beds of patients, separating shower areas in the bathrooms, or in any other places where personal privacy is needed. In places where the ceilings are very high or other obstructions prevent the mounting of curtain track in the ceiling directly, suspended cubicle tracking system is utilized. In the suspended tracking systems, the curtain track is suspended by an aluminum tube that is fixed to the ceiling and the track with plastic flanges.
Want to change your curtains? Simply unhook them from your curtain pole, attach the hooks to your new curtains and away you go. Replacing vertical blinds can involve unhooking each blind from the next, unclipping each one carefully (the plastic is easy to snap), and then going through the whole rigmarole in reverse to put them back up. Other blinds must be removed all in one, making it easy to damage them as they are taken down or put back up.
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