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Steve's Exclusive Best 3" Light Filtering Window Shadings have a delicate feel but is made of a durable polyester. Sheer Shading Shades are soft, light diffusing vane and double sheer fabrics blend to create a unique visual experience. Horizontal fabric vanes float between two layers of soft, knitted sheers. Several variations of vane positions for numerous combinations of privacy, view and light control - enabling you to invite in as much or as little light as you want into your home. The only sheer horizontal that allows you to partially raise the shading with the fabric vanes in the open view-through position.
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Sheer Horizontal Sheer Shade vanes are not designed to close tightly. The inherent nature of the fabric will cause a slight increase in the distance from the front sheer to back sheer as you move further down the shading. These vanes do not form a perfect seal against light leakage which is most visible toward the bottom of the shading. Vane overlap ensures that privacy is not compromised. Vane closure is measured as the distance between the front and rear fabric sheers 6â up from the lowest point of the bottom rail, with the shading fully lowered and the vanes closed. On light filtering fabrics, the maximum distance from the front sheer to the back sheer when closed is equal to or less than 5/8â for shadings under 60â and 7/8â for shadings longer than 60â. On room darkening fabrics, the distance is 5/8âregardless of shading length.
Sheer Shadings are fabricated to the exact length ordered, when the vanes are in the closed position. When the vanes are rotated to the open position, the shading will become slightly longer. A slight puckering may occur when the vanes are in the open position. Rotating the vanes closed will cause the bottom rail to touch the window sill, before it begins to raise.