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  • 30 Apr 2020
    Are your curtains looking grubby? Many people go for years without cleaning them, but over the years, Curtain hook can collect a phenomenal amount of dust and dirt. Keep them looking fresh and bright by washing your curtains regularly – find out how in our step-by-step guide. Always check the labelNot all curtains are the same - some are delicate lace, while others are made of sturdier stuff. The fabric and its particular characteristics will determine how you wash your curtains. Many curtains are made from materials that cannot be machine washed; if they are made from velvet or are lined, they may need to be professionally dry cleaned, or otherwise they might need to be hand washed. Those that can be washed in a washing machine will usually need to go in on a delicate's cycle. Do make sure you check the label carefully, or you risk damaging your curtain fabric through shrinking, snagging or discolouration. Before you startTake down your curtains and remove all hooks and other accessories. If they’re really dusty, you can shake or beat them, or give them a once-over with a vacuum cleaner. Before washing curtains, soak them in cold water (if the label allows). This helps to loosen any dust or dirt. Wash with careIf you are hand washing your curtains, use cool water and a mild detergent, and make sure this is fully dissolved before immersing the fabric. Swirl the curtains in the soapy solution for ten minutes or so before draining and rinsing until the soap bubbles have disappeared. There’s no need to scrub or wring out the fabric, which is likely to cause creases. For net curtains and other delicate fabrics that are going in the machine, it’s a good idea to use a laundry bag or pillowcase to ensure that they don’t snag inside the drum. How to dry your curtainsIf you can, air dry your curtains on a washing line. This can take a long time if they are made of a heavy fabric, so choose a sunny, breezy day if you can. Some curtains can be tumble dried, but do check the label before attempting this, and always choose a low heat, gentle cycle. Iron out any wrinklesAfter hanging your curtains out to dry, iron them to restore a smooth, flat and unwrinkled look. Then it’s time to re-hang them in your window! Take the opportunity to give your curtain pole, track or other fixtures a thorough clean to remove all dust. Can you wash curtains without taking them down?Curtain washing isn’t a weekly activity – you’ll probably only do it once or twice a year during a deep clean. In between washes, it’s certainly possible to keep your curtains looking good by using the appropriate attachments on your vacuum cleaner to get rid of dust. For fabrics that cannot be washed, you can also use the upholstery attachment on your steam cleaner to revitalise your curtains, without needing to take them down off the track or pole. Curtains made from high-quality fabric are worth looking after. Browse our range of wave curtains, available in a variety of SilentGliss fabrics.
    58 Posted by fenghao tommy
  • 23 Apr 2020
    With the variety of Curtain hook available, you can find a way to hang any curtain for almost any look you want to achieve. For example, pinch-pleats and ripple-fold systems create elegant, formal windows, while clip rings and stationary hooks lend themselves to casual styles. Once you've determined the type of curtain, curtain header and rod you'll use, choose the appropriate hooks to hang your curtains. Pin-On Hooks Also known as drapery pins, these hooks have a sharp pin that points up vertically toward the top of the hook. Pin-on hooks are used to hang pinch-pleated draperies from a traverse rod or from tabbed rings on a decorative round rod. There are several types: Round pin-on hooks have a rounded top that slides on a cafe or sash rod, allowing pinch-pleated curtains to be used without the standard traverse or rod and rings hardware. Pointed-top pin-on hooks have a top that narrows into an inverted "V" shape. The point settles into the tab hole on a traverse rod or sliding rings. It's the most common hook used to hang pinch-pleat draperies. Heavy-duty and long-neck pin-on hooks are used for draperies with deep headers or those made from heavy material. To install pin-on drapery hooks: Measure the distance from the top of the curtain header to the needed placement of the hook top. If you're hanging your curtain from sliding rings that will be visible, this distance is typically about 1/2 inch. If you have a plain traverse rod that you want to conceal behind the curtain header, the distance will be greater. Measure the distance from the top of the hook to the base of the pin. Add this distance to the previous measurement. Locate the pleat stitching lines on the reverse side of the curtain header. At each stitching line, measure down from the top of the curtain header to the distance you determined in the previous step. Insert the pin of one hook at this spot on the header material, pointing to the top of the header, and pull the pin upward as far as it will go. The pin part of the hook should be hidden within the fabric so it isn't visible from the curtain front. Install a hook at each pleat, plus one hook at each side edge of the curtain panel. Hang the curtain panel by fitting the hooks into corresponding tabs of your curtain rings or traverse rod. Pleater Hooks Also known as slip-on hooks or prong hooks, these devices work with pleater tape sewn into the heading of the panel. The pleater tape has narrow, vertical pockets that open at the lower edge of the tape. When you insert the prongs into the pockets at regular intervals, you create pleats in the front of the curtain header. You can then hang the curtain from the track or ring tabs in the same manner as pin-on hooks. Pleater hooks are available with two, three or four prongs so you can create single, double or triple pleats.
    45 Posted by fenghao tommy
  • 06 May 2020
    Here are 2 possible mistakes you should avoid in a Curtain pole cleaning process: Hiring a non-professionalA majority of people think that cleaning curtains is an easy task and shouldn’t necessarily involve a professional. For that wrong reason, they either clean by themselves or hire unqualified personnel as a money-saving strategy. This leads to poor cleaning, which tampers with the fabric’s quality, and that is exactly what you should avoid. So, hiring a certified professional that regulatory bodies recognize is the most recommended thing to do. Besides, look for a curtain cleaner with some experience and a positive reputation in your area. Using wrong cleaning reagentsCurtains usually come with varieties of textures and fabric materials. It is important to understand that cutting materials that are 100% cotton require different cleaning tools, compared to others. If not cleaned with the right reagents, they will shrink so easily. There is no doubt that cleaning reagents are responsible for the results you get after cleaning curtains. The harsher your cleaning agent, the quicker your curtains fade. This means that you have to go for cleaning agents that are friendly to your curtains. The best way to sort out the recommendable reagents in the market is to read the specific ingredients they contain.
    40 Posted by fenghao tommy
  • 14 May 2020
    It’s also very important to ensure you select the correct style of hanging method for your needs. There are a few different variations to consider and a couple are only suitable for a select few types of curtains. Classic curtain poles will work with every curtain heading and are the prime choice for most people’s needs. Eyelet, pinch pleat and tab top headed curtains will all require a pole. Curtain bracket are sold as a set which include brackets, rings and screws so you can fit your curtain pole in one fell swoop. Net wires are ideal for hanging net curtains, due to the extremely lightweight fabric that is used. Usually the wire will be hung from eyelet hooks attached to the window frame or a net rod. Tension rods are ideal for mounting curtains within a window frame, needing no screws or hooks; the rod holds itself in place so is easy and fuss-free to fit. Curtain tracks are really only suitable for pencil pleat curtains. The downside to a track is that it will be in full view as the curtains hang beneath. Typically, curtain tracks are only available in white plastic and this can have an impact on your desired appearance. A pole will be visible too of course, but there is a wider choice of decorative options available when you choose a pole instead. For the majority of people a traditional curtain pole will fit the bill for your curtain needs. If you are hanging light weight or net curtains however, you will need to consider the options mentioned above. Curtain hook is also one of our products, welcome to your come and purchase!
    36 Posted by fenghao tommy
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You Can Learn How To Make Curtains Without Sewing From Curtain

Curtain rod Manufacturers gives you detailed steps on making curtains without sewing.

Step 1 – Hang and measure your curtains
Before you can line your curtains you’ll need to hang and measure your curtains to work out if they need to be taken up at all. Ideally, you want your curtains to sit around 4 to 12 inches from the floor, 6 inches below your window sill or ½ an inch above your window sill. A lot depends on the position of your radiators and whether you want your curtains to be full length and trail to the floor or would like them to hang slightly higher.

Once you have decided on the length you will need to decide on the size of your hem and add this onto your length. You can now cut your fabric to length using a sharp pair of fabric scissors to cut along the line that you have created at the bottom of your curtains.

Step 2 – Cut out your lining
Once you have got your curtains to the right size you can cut out your lining to fit inside the hem at the bottom and sides of your curtains. One of the easiest ways to do this is to place your lining fabric over the top of the back of your curtains flat on the floor and hold it in place with sewing pins. This will then let you check the size and make sure that your hems overlap the lining.

Step 3 – Join the fabrics
One of the easiest ways to join your blackout lining to your curtains is with the help of something called fusible hemming web. This can be used for joining two fabrics together. Simply place the hemming web tape between the two fabrics and then using a standard iron press together until they are bonded. Start by working from the top of the curtain to the bottom keeping the hemming tape and fabric in place with the help of sewing pins.

Step 4 – Hem the bottom
Once the blackout lining is fixed along both sides of the curtains you can fix it at the bottom of the curtain in the same manner. You’ll then be left with the extra hem fabric hanging loose below the lined curtain. To finish this off you’ll need to add a second layer of hemming tape to the hem fabric and the lining to join the hem together and create a neat and professional finish that you’ll be proud of.

Step 5 – Hang your curtains
With a completed set of curtains, the final job left to do is to hang your curtains and start enjoying a darker room and a lot more sleep. This is one of those jobs that will make you wish you’d tackled sooner, and all this without the need to sew.

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