Drapes. Monday , February 26th , 2018 - 15:04:23 PM
Pleated drapes, though traditional, maintain the style and elegance of a room till today. If one would prefer to have a short nap on a Sunday afternoon and if the light is too much in the room, make use of the blackout drapes that would not only block out the light from entering the room it will also maintain a cooling effect during summer or a warmth during winter. Decorate your outdoors with the special outdoor drapes that can either be bought readymade or sewn by a seamstress. Make sure the fabric used for these are either plastic or acrylic that would resist mildew and get dry easily even when left in the rain or snow.
Cotton and linen are sometimes used as curtains. Though they are pretty when new, they do not clean well and are not very consumer friendly. The most widely used fabric is polyester. It is highly cleanable and comes in a wide range of styles, from plain to fancy embroidered weaves. Polyester is a much more sheer fabric and allows nice light in, which brightens the room and your atmosphere. Drape fabric is much heavier and gives a room darkening effect. This can help light sensitive upholstery fabrics from quickly fading.
If you have determined that your drapes are safe to clean at home, carefully remove them from the rod making sure not to pull or tug at the drapes as this may damage the fabric. Pins and hooks should be removed from drapes before they are washed. Ideally, you want to hand wash your drapes to protect the fabric, but if the label indicates they are machine washable you should wash them on a gentle cycle with cold water. Similarly, it is preferable to hang your drapes to dry, but you may also put them in the dryer on low heat or as the label indicates.
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