Published at Tuesday, August 07th, 2018 - 10:48:56 AM. . By Amber Stovall.
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.
Headrail. This is located at the top of the blind and where the tracks for movement can be found. Valance. This is the covering for the track. The valance of a blind can be made of wood, plastic, aluminum, vinyl or fabric, and its durability is determined by the quality of materials used in its construction.
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