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I've now fitted the blind, and both the top piece and the side rails needed to be removed. the top part was replaced by the blind cartridge, which fits flush to the frame the side rails, while narrow enough to allow the new rails to be fitted, fouled the inside edge of the blind cartridge. In the end all three parts were easy to remove as they had been ...


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Unclip then and take them to a local home improvement store. The sales clerks can point you to the products they sell and offer advise on your particular style. When searching on google (and presumably buying online) you run the risk of buying something that isn't the right size or doesn't fit, and they may not be returnable. With home improvement store ...


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Regardless, it's unlikely you'll be able to clip the new blinds into the clips for the roman shades you want to remove. Luckily, the clips are probably easily removed with a screwdriver, and you can just attach the new blinds with their own clips the same way. When you move out, take the new blinds off, patch the screw holes with spackle, and put the ...


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I have a bit of a botched solution for this that I use in one of our bedrooms. The curtain has a blackout lining but sits about 8cm away from the wall. Light bounces off the lining, onto the wall and into the room. I made a strip of black plastic by taping together pieces, the strip is about 5 metres long. I drape the strip over the curtain rail brackets ...



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