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ãBambooã: Selected bamboo, hand-woven, exquisite workmanship, which is the best choice for your home decoration.
ãInstalation Methodã: Internal Mount (Blind Width=W-1cm, Blind Height=H); External Mount (Blind Width=W+20cm, Blind Height=H+20cm).
ãLight Filteringã: Shading Rate 60%. Filter the sun light still let the light come in and breeze to get through. Privacy is not fully guaranteed.
ãOutdoor amp; Indoor Useã: Ideal for patio or porches, can also be used indoors but do not place your shades in moist, damp environments. These shades significantly reduce heat in your home or outdoor areas, by providing shade while still letting light in.
ãNoteã: All hardware and instruction included. Please note the size In Centimeters. ( Size=WÃH, 1cmâ0.39inches; Customizable size )
â Product Overview This beautiful natural bamboo roll-up shade is both durable and long-lasting. It gently filters light for a unique, soft glow. Our blinds will help reduce heat in your home and protect you from harmful sun rays for years to come.
â Features Easy to install - It can be easily set up within minutes. Bamboo roller blinds - offer the best in semi-privacy and keeping light out. Home Decor - Ideal for home amp; kitchen, studio, den, library, partition, tea house, private club, balcony, long pavilion.
â Note 1.Do not place the shades in damp environment or outdoors. 2.The color of the actual natural bamboo may slightly vary from the computer monitors/calibrations colors. 3.Feel free to contact us if there is any question, we will do our best to make sure everything works perfectly.
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