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Blind Safety

Blind safety example:


Sunshine Shading Blinds

Clockwise:


  • Cord cleat
  • Cord stop
  • Mono control
  • Chain tassel
  • Chainless vanes
  • INTU & Perfect Fit

Explanation:


Cord Cleat
Can be used with Vertical, Venetian, Roller, Pleated and Roman blinds. This simple device is attached high onto an adjacent wall. The cords can then be completely wound round it, out of a child's reach.


Cord Stop
Specifically for Venetian blinds, the cord stop is attached at the top of the control cord. Should undue pressure be placed on the cord running through the slats, the control cord will not feed back through the headrail to form a loop.


Mono Control
Mono control is a key safety feature of Vertical blinds. The chain and cord, used to rotate the vanes and open and close the blind, are replaced by a single rod.


Chain Tassel
For use with Vertical, Roller, Venetian and Roman blinds. You can eliminate the chain loop by using a single length chain with tassels attached to each end.


Chainless Vanes
You can request sewn-in bottom weights on Vertical Blinds, eliminating the need for potentially hazardous bottom chains. Chainless Vanes are a standard feature of PVC Vertical.


INTU & Perfect Fit
Can be used with Vertical, Venetian, Roller, Pleated and Roman blinds. This simple device is attached high onto an adjacent wall. The cords can then be completely wound round it, out of a child's reach.


Breakaway Tassel
Primarily suited to Venetian blinds, the tassel will break apart if put under any undue pressure. Two separate cords mean that there is no potentially hazardous loop.



Make it safe


Sunshine Shading Blinds