Drapes. Monday , February 26th , 2018 - 15:37:58 PM
There are so many types and options available, so you can definitely find one that you like. Make sure you pick a thick kind, so it can serve as an insulator, too. You can find insulated drapes in a wide variety of stores. Try local stores and retail outlets for cheap curtains and drapes. Another place is typically has a large selection of drapes is a specialized furnishing store. Remember to measure the windows you want to find drapes for before you get to the store and discover you have found the perfect drape, but do not know what size to buy.
Rich fabrics, such as velvet, silk, antique satin, as well as a wide variety of others. It all gets back to the decor you are looking for. These fabrics must always be drycleaned. Having these treatments cleaned on your windows, once per year, will give them added years of attractive life. Curtains may or not be pleated. The window and the style curtain you prefer determine the length and size. Curtains can be draped over decorative rods in one continuous flow creating the look of swag on top with flowing side panels.
If you need to clean up your drapes in a hurry, you can take them down and remove all pins and hooks. Place the drapes in your dryer on the airdry or airfluff setting along with three scented dryer sheets and run the dryer for about 15 minutes. This will remove dust and loose dirt from your drapes while leaving them with a pleasant scent. This is not the most thorough cleaning technique, but it will suffice if you are in a rush. Drapes are basically long curtains. They are used to dress the windows up. Window coverings come in so many varieties these days that it may be hard to decide what you want.
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