By Mara Alley. Blinds Parts. Published at Tuesday, August 07th, 2018 - 00:03:56 AM.
When you have the brackets fitted securely in place now you can actually get the blind itself and fit this into the head rail. Once the blind has been securely fitted into the head rail of the bracket you can now cover up the opening with the plastic or metal cap cover. When you are fitting the blinds in position and you are finding it difficult to place them in you need to check that the brackets are truly parallel if not then move the bracket so that they are.
Headrail. This is situated at the top of the blind where the window blind movement tracks are located. Valance - This acts as the covering for the track. The blind's valance can be made out of various materials such as vinyl, aluminum, wood, or fabric. Its durability or strength is determined by the quality of the materials used during its construction.
If you have the cash at hand it's certainly worth investing in a set of real wooden blinds. There's nothing wrong with a faux set; for the large part they successfully mimic the finish, but they lack the character and charm. With a good set of wooden blinds you don't have the issue of them weighing the head bar rail down, as they're much lighter. This also means that you can have just one large blind covering a large window - rather than multiple blinds split into sections.
First and foremost, probably one of the most important blind accessories is a cleat or a cord holdfast. A cleat can be a plastic or metal object with two projecting horns to which cords may be fastened by winding the cord around the horns, to keep them from slipping. A cord holdfast as the name depicts is used to hold the cords "fast" by winding the cord around a peg which is normally angled at about 45 degrees. So that when a blind, for example a venetian blind, is pulled up, the cords can be secured to the cleat or holdfast to prevent the blind from coming down.
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