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Redi Shade

Redi Shade 3606578, Natural, 72 x 36 Original Arch Light Filtering Pleated Fabric Shade

4.3
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AU$ 111.00
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Description

  • Trim at home to fit in perfect half-round arch windows
  • No tools installation peel and stick for permanent installation no drill, screws, or brackets needed
  • The light filtering fabric of the Original Arch shade provides privacy, light control, and reduces sun glare while helping prevent floor and furniture UV fading
  • Customize at home with fabric or paint to match decor
  • Fits perfect half-round arch windows, size 72W X 36L
  • Spot Cleaning- Lightly blot stain using sponge with soap or mild detergent and warm water. Fully open shade and allow to air dry. Entire shade can be cleaned this way if necessary.

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Customer Reviews

Buyer Beware..NOT FABRIC! The description says 'Light Filtering FABRIC Shade' but it's actually heavy paper. I have the fabric shade in another room which lets in light. This one blocks it altogether. I live in the desert and when the sun hits those windows, despite the tint on them and the a/c blowing, my office gets H-O-T! The fabric looks SO much nicer but I was desperate. So I cut them to size and installed them when they arrived. If it wasn't so stinkin' hot (in the 100's) I would have returned them for what I ordered..FABRIC Shades..So Buyer beware!Photo with 2-windows has the paper shades purchased through this listing. Photo with 1-window has the Fabric Shade...that I thought I bought according to their product description :( 2Easy to install (under 5 minutes by myself) I do like this but I mistakenly thought there was a piece of plastic that the shade was supposed to sit in and then you place the shade in the window and secure using the tacky/sticky part on the bottom. I did install it in under 5 minutes by myself in the window over the top of my front door to keep the cars going down the road from throwing light on my living room wall opposite the door. It's really easy to install but there was not a plastic piece in the box (looked all over the box and even tore it apart looking to see if there was a clear plastic piece that I was overlooking). Maybe I got this wrong and just thought there was a piece included?Anyway, :-) it looks good, is performing what I bought it for and was easy to install. 4cuts down on glare while still letting in light. worked great. We had a glaringly bright window that overheated the room in the summer. This shade worked to cut the light to a soft glow. (I didn't want room darkening. Not sure if the "fabric" description is accurate. Looks and feels like heavy paper to me. I'd suggest measuring more carefully and maybe not using their marks on the item when cutting. I used their guide and my shade was just a bit too short for the opening. Doesn't look bad, just wish I'd measured twice, cut once. I cut through the shade with a very sharp box cutter. Worked great. 5Great, affordable shade solution for semi-circle window So far, so good. Cutting it is fairly easy - I used a sharp, serrated knife and it cut smoothly. I didn't use the measurements on the shade, I just measured my window, divided that amount in half, then placed the shade in the plastic holder, and measured from the center point of the plastic to mark the end of the shade with my measurement. I marked it on all corners to make sure I was not cutting at an angle in any direction. I ended up having to trim a little, because (as I suspect is the case with most semi-circle windows) it's not exact all around, and the top of the shade overlapped with the window molding. I was able to trim more and then "pull" the bottom edges to cover the loss there. Also, after reading other reviews about the double-sided tape causing a limitation with opening and closing this, I decided not to use the tape. I used command picture hanging strips instead. The plastic velcro-style strips allow me to completely remove the shade along with its plastic holder, and the remaining side of the command strips are not noticeable high on the window ledge. 5I thought it might be hard to cut to size but I found the material cut fairly easily with a razor knife Very simple to install and effective. I thought it might be hard to cut to size but I found the material cut fairly easily with a razor knife. The window I installed it on sees a lot of sun and it has been effective at reducing the heat in that room. I like the way the sunlight is highlighted in the folds of the shade. 4Much better in my experience than far more expensive shades Extremely happy with this purchase. The shade looks nice, adds privacy and tones down direct sunlight without leaving the room dark. Most importantly, installation was easy. The rest of my review compares installation of this shade to a much more expensive department store shade.This shade replaces two failed shades from a mall anchor store that cost 75 bucks a pop and look identical. The expensive shades disintegrated in the sun after only 15 months. Stupidly, I bought a second identical one to replace the first. Again, after just over a year the shades began to tear leaving my window looking like someone had cut a pie slice out of the covering.Admittedly, when I opened this package the shade seemed chintzy. Instead of a plastic strut across the bottom edge, I found flimsy cardboard with two sided tape. It took less than a minute to cut the shade to size with a utility knife. I had to use a band saw on the more expensive shades, so plus one for the Redi Shade.Installation is where this shade won me over. The expensive shades couldn't support their own weight which meant "fat guy on a ladder" yoga poses while I attempted to both hold the shade and drill and mount the support tabs. The Redi Shade fabric is light and the length is perfect to "spring" the shade into place under tension. The more expensive shades that I bought were inexplicably long which meant almost no tension, and as a result, they required plastic tabs for support.The flimsy cardboard that I mentioned is partly responsible for easy installation. The shade with the plastic channels had to be snapped into place prior to sticking the base to the sill, which was difficult to do while holding the shade up. The plastic center mount has no channels so you only have to drop the cardboard end into place and press firmly.Tip: Find the center of your window opening and make a small pencil mark. Center the plastic piece on the mark. To install, peel the double sided tape paper where the two ends meet in the center. You can peel the paper back while pressing the shade into place.I can't speak for longevity. The sun could certainly destroy this fabric like it did on my other shades, but ease of trimming and installation have won me over. Couldn't be happier. 5Love these,....have used them for years. Measure carefully. Make sure the window from top to bottom is 1 /2 the distance from side to side. We have four windows that are called,"Half round", the problem is, there is slight variations in three of them and a big variation in one of them. They are not 1/2 of a circle . I recommend Measuring these distances and making adjustments as necessary. I ordered four on first order and after not liking the finished shade on one of them, threw it away and ordered one more. THE PROBLEM IS WITH THE WINDOWS,...NOT THE SHADE!! We have used these on our windows for many years. Actually purchased them at a Home store. After 10 years or so, they looked a little dusty so decided to replace them. Cut them a little large, trim 1/4 inch at a time, don't hurry. They are great. 5Solution to my problem. I have a arch window in my bathroom (which is weird if you ask me). It is directly across from my mirror so the glare from the sun was awful. I tried "frosting" paint, but that looked tacky and did little to help with the glare. So I went searching the inter-webs for something else. This shade was the solution I came up with. Although this shade is basically sturdy paper, it looks decent in my window. I also really love how much light is filtered without making the room dark. I did have a bit of trouble understanding how to install/cut the shade, but that is because I have very poor spatial reasoning. After watching some instructional videos and making several incremental cuts I got it to fit well. My only real complaint is that I paid nearly $20 for paper, but because I knew this going in, I can't be too upset. 3I feel that this is a pretty good product I feel that this is a pretty good product. However, if you have a bigger 1/2 circle window, and you follow the instructions to a T, you may be disappointed. My top to bottom measurement was 28 1/4 inches, and when installed, the top of the fan leaned away from the window. I noticed a gap when looking from the outside. Even though it looked pretty good from the inside of the house, now that I know there is that gap, I think it would have bothered me. I fixed this by taking the paper instructions and folded it several times and added it to the plastic 1/2 circle that is used for the middle. This in turn added some height to the middle of the fan, so the top of the shade touches the top of the window arc. Friction is what makes it stay in place, and no longer sags forward.So if you have a bigger 1/2 window, I would measure a couple of times, with the plastic in its place. The measuring ruler on this shade adds 1 inch, but the hump in the middle of the plastic piece is only 1/2 inches high. Keep that into account when doing your measurement. Smaller 1/2 circle windows probably don't have to worry about this.Some things I did to make this work for me:1. I painted the plastic piece white, using spray paint. This looks a little better, especially if you have to stretch the fan horizontally to make it reach a bit more. The painted piece hides the deformity of the center of shade (probably because the window isn't really a true 1/2 circle).2. This shade definitely blocks out a good amount of light, so I wanted the option to open it up for certain occasions. So I only stuck one side of the shade to the base of the window sill. I then fanned it out, and on the other side, I added 2 magnets so I can easily un-fan this when an occasion arrives that require more light. 4Very nice for the price I recently moved to a new office which has a nice arched window, but unfortunately at certain times of the day the sun shines through the top of the arch and creates a disturbing glare in my face when I'm at the desk. I ordered this shade to diffuse the direct light through the top.The window is not a perfect arch though. The height is a bit more than half the width, so a simple straight cut as described in the directions wouldn't be suitable. The instructions for imperfect arches suggest fanning out the shade and then tracing the window outline on to the shade and cutting along the outline. That seems like it would be finicky though, especially since my window is quite large. Instead I measured for the top and bottom lengths and marked both on the folded-up shade as seen in picture #1. Then I made two angled cuts from the first mark to the second (picture #2). The middle of the folded shade corresponds to the top of the window in my case so I wanted that part to be longer, but probably you could make a V-shaped cut instead of a point if your window is opposite. Fanning out the shade then gives a smooth transition in length between the sides of the arch and the top. The final result is shown in picture #3. This method is likely easier than the trace-and-cut suggested by the directions, but the arch needs to be fairly close to a semicircle. In my case the required deviation in heights was less than 5%, and I'd guess it might be OK up to about 10%.Regarding the shade itself, I'd say it's quite nice, especially considering the low cost. The fabric looks good, the fan is very even, and overall fit with a careful cut is excellent. The light diffusion is perfect; I can now sit at the desk and work comfortably without the sun hitting me in the face. I can't say yet about the durability of the shade, but I don't expect a problem. And even if it needed to be replaced after a few years, it was cheap. 5
Redi Shade 3606578, Natural, 72 x 36 Original Arch Light Filtering Pleated Fabric Shade

Redi Shade 3606578, Natural, 72 x 36 Original Arch Light Filtering Pleated Fabric Shade

4.3
Error You can't add more than 500 quantity.
Regular price
AU$ 111.00
Sale price
AU$ 111.00
Regular price
AU$ 182.00
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per 
Save 39% (AU$ 71.00)