HOW TO

Important Information

  • The size you order will be the size of the blind received. The factory will not make any deductions, so please ensure if ordering in the window your blind is ordered a little smaller, so it does not rub against the wall when operating. See more information below
  • Your Blind will be supplied with a Valance. The Valance will be 15mm wider than the blind. If you order the blind Recess fit the valance will be supplied straight. If you order the blind Wall Fix the Valance will be supplied with two returns that will wrap around your blind on the left and right.
  • When measuring, please measure the window in three places (top, middle and bottom / left, centre and right) Use the SMALLEST measurement to order. If your window has variances like tiles going halfway up the window. You should be aware that your blind will go edge to edge on the wider section.
  • If you have measured your blinds to be fitted in the “Recess” we recommend you order your blinds 10mm smaller in the width and deduct 10mm off the drop of the blind.
  • If you want to install your blinds on the Wall or Face Fix. We recommend you overlap each edge by 100mm at least (left, right, top and bottom)
  • If you are at all unsure about any of above. Please remember we have a network of distributors that will advise, measure, and install your blind.

 

How to Measure Made to Measure Blinds?

Check out our  “Measuring guide”

Recess Fitting

This is the measurement you need to take if you want your blind to fit inside the window recess. Measure the full width and height of the recess [the size of the hole if you like] and we will make the appropriate deductions to ensure a perfect fit. tick icon Measure in 3 places for both the width and the drop, use the smallest measurements.

Top-Tip for Roller Blinds:

  • Measuring the width for roller blinds is slightly different, because the fabric is narrower than the full bracket-to-bracket width. For rollers, you can measure at the top of the recess for the best fit.
  • close up of roller recess
  • Don’t make any deductions, we will do that for you to ensure your blind fits perfectly.
  • Use a metal tape measure, cloth ones can stretch and give you inaccurate measurements

Exact Fitting

This is the measurement you need to take if you want your blind to fit outside the window recess, overlapping on all sides. Measure the size of the recess, then add a little extra on all sides to ensure adequate coverage.

  • Measure the exact size of the area you would like the blind to overlap. To minimize light leakage we recommend that the blind overlaps the window recess by at least 70mm at the top and 50mm each side.
  • The overlap at the bottom of the blind is a matter of personal choice but please take into account obstacles such as radiators.
  • Use a metal tape measure, cloth ones can stretch and give you inaccurate measurements

How to measure for your blinds:

Please select the blind below for measurement instructions

Vertical Blinds
Vertical Blinds

Please always measure to the nearest 5mm increment
Example:
1000mm, 1255mm, 1485mm, 1600mm, 1845mm, 2235mm etc
There are two ways to install/measure your Vertical Blinds:
– Top Fix – Fitted from your ceiling
– Outside reveal (on wall – overlapping the window)
with Vertical Blinds its always best to measure 500mm past your window/door
so you have stacking space and clear view of your outside area.
Vertical Blinds
Overlapping Door Only
– Measure the width of the door First in millimeters,
– Measure the top section as you see in image,
– Add anything from 300mm to 600mm (it is your choice) to your width size.
– Measure the height,
– Measure the middle part of the window
– Deduct 10mm off the height (we deduct 10mm off the height so the
fabric does not touch the floor
– Submit the sizes on the Order Page
Ceiling Top Fix Fitting:
– Measure the width and then the height – deduct 10mm from the width and
height for fitting space.
Example:
Slight over lapping measurement: 2500 x 2200 (ADDED 500MM TO WIDTH & 100MM TO HEIGHT)
Ceiling Top Fix measurement – 4390 x 2390 (DEDUCTED 10MM FROM WIDTH AND HEIGHT FOR FULL WALL FITTING)

Venetian Blinds

Please always measure to the nearest 5mm increment
Example:
1000mm, 1255mm, 1485mm, 1600mm, 1845mm, 2235mm etc
There are two ways to install/measure you blind:
– Inside reveal (inside the window)
– Outside reveal (outside window – overlapping the window)
we recommend to add 100mm extra on your inside reveal, this means
that your blind will overlap 50mm on each side width and height.
25mm / 50mm Venetian Blinds
Inside reveal measurement:
– Measure the width First in millimetres,
– Measure the top, middle and bottom section as you see in the image
– Write down the smallest measurement and deduct 10mm (we deduct
10mm so the blind has spacing on the sides, no touching walls.)
– Measure the height
– Measure the middle part of the window (no need to deduct anything)
– Submit the sizes on the Order Page
Outside reveal measurement:
– Take the inside measurement size and add 100mm to width and height
Example:
Inside measurement: 1465 x 1250

Roller Blinds

Please always measure to the nearest 5mm increment
Example:
1000mm, 1255mm, 1485mm, 1600mm, 1845mm, 2235mm etc
There are two ways to install/measure you blind:
– Inside reveal (inside the window)
– Outside reveal (outside window – overlapping the window)
we recommend to add 100mm extra on your inside reveal, this means
that your blind will overlap 50mm on each side width and height.
Roller Blinds – all types
Inside reveal measurement:
– Measure the width First in millimeters,
– Measure the top section as you see in image
– Measure the height,
– Measure the middle part of the window
– Submit the sizes on the Order Page
Outside reveal measurement:
– Take the inside measurement size and add 100mm to width and height
Example:
Inside measurement: 1475 x 1250
Outside measurement: 1575 x 1350

Double Roller Blinds

Please always measure to the nearest 5mm increment
Example:
1000mm, 1255mm, 1485mm, 1600mm, 1845mm, 2235mm etc
There are two ways to install/measure you blind:
– Inside reveal (inside the window)
– Outside reveal (outside window – overlapping the window)
we recommend to add 100mm extra on your inside reveal, this means
that your blind will overlap 50mm on each side width and height.
Double Roller Blinds
Inside reveal measurement:
– Measure the width First in millimeters,
– Measure the top section as you see in image,
– Deduct 10mm off the width (we deduct 10mm off the width so the
Vision Blind cassette can’t perfectly and does not touch the side walls)
– Measure the height,
– Measure the middle part of the window
– Deduct 10mm off the height (we deduct 10mm off the height so the
material does not touch the window sil)
– Submit the sizes on the Order Page
Outside reveal measurement:
– Take the inside measurement size and add 100mm to width and height
Example:
Inside measurement: 1465 x 1240
Outside measurement: 1575 x 1350

Zebra Roller Blinds

Please always measure to the nearest 5mm increment
Example:
1000mm, 1255mm, 1485mm, 1600mm, 1845mm, 2235mm etc
There are two ways to install/measure you blind:
– Inside reveal (inside the window)
– Outside reveal (outside window – overlapping the window)
we recommend to add 100mm extra on your inside reveal, this means
that your blind will overlap 50mm on each side width and height.
Zebra Blinds
Inside reveal measurement:
– Measure the width first in millimeters,
– Measure the top section as you see in image,
– Deduct 10mm off the width (we deduct 10mm off the width so the
Zebra Blind casette can’t perfectly and does not touch the side walls)
– Measure the height,
– Measure the middle part of the window
– Deduct 10mm off the height (we deduct 10mm off the height so the
material does not touch the window sil)
– Submit the sizes on the Order Page
Outside reveal measurement:
– Take the inside measurement size and add 100mm to width and height
Example:
Inside measurement: 1465 x 1240
Outside measurement: 1575 x 1350

Outdoor Blinds

Please always measure to the nearest 5mm increment
Example:
1000mm, 1255mm, 1485mm, 1600mm, 1845mm, 2235mm etc
There are two ways to install/measure you blind:
– Inside reveal (inside the window)
– Outside reveal (outside window – overlapping the window)
we recommend to add 300mm extra on your inside reveal, this means
that your blind will overlap 150mm on each side width – the height we split 200mm to top and 100mm at bottom.
Outdoor Roller Sheerweave
Inside reveal measurement:
– Measure the width first in millimeters,
– Measure the top section as you see in image
– Measure the height,
– Measure the middle part of the window
—Deduct 10mm from your width only—
– Submit the sizes on the Order Page
Outside reveal measurement:
– Take the inside measurement size and add 300mm to width and height
Example:
Inside measurement:
2990 x 2200
Outside measurement:
3300 x 2500

How to Install for your blinds:

Please select the blind below for installation instructions

Vertical Blinds
Vertical Blinds
Venetian Blinds

Inside Fitting:

Before You Start

Unpack the Wooden venetian blind/s being very careful not to damage the blind/s or cords when cutting through the packaging. Unwrap the plastic  that wraps the blind slats together. Included with your blind/s are the following parts: Universal brackets, Gold Screws, Fischer Plugs, Blind Cleaner.

Step 1 (See Illustration)

Look inside the headrail to make yourself familiar with the inner components, these components make sure the blind is in perfect working order – we need to make sure that the brackets do not interfere with these components. Hold the blind up in the window to see where one should drill to install the brackets – normally 150mm from the left, and 150mm from the right.

Step 2 (See Illustration)

Place your bracket front side 10mm from the front flush side of your wall recess – this allows the blind to be installed nice and flush with enough space to fit the wooden valance. You may however install your blind deeper if you wish. Use a pencil and mark where to drill. You will see a front and back hole where you can fit the screw. Please note that blinds wider than 200mm will need support bracket/s in the middle.

Step 3

Use a 6mm drill bit and drill where you marked with the pencil.

Step 4 (See Illustration)

With the holes now being drilled, insert the Fischer plugs. Insert the gold screw through the hole/s of the brackets and fix the brackets to the wall by  using a phillips screw driver.

TIP: its always better to use electric/cord drills for this step.  Make sure that the screw is not fixed too tightly – one still  needs the bracket to swivel slightly.

Step 5 (See Illustration)

Have all your brackets in the open position as per image on left. Place your blind over the brackets, push blind up and secure flush with the top recess  of your wall. Now while holding your blind up with one hand, use the other hand to close your brackets one by one. Before letting go of your  blind, test that the blind is nice and secure.

 Step 6

With the blind now secured and fixed, lets
operate the blind. Take all the cords and gently pull to the opposite site of your control. You will hear a small click, this is the cord lock being released.  Now with your hand still in position, slowly let go of the cord. Please note the moment you move your hand back to the side of your control, your blind will lock.

 Step 7

With the blind slats down, use the two single operating cords to tilt your slats by pulling them down. Please do not force it down when slats have already been tilted to a closed position.

Outside Fitting:

Before You Start

Unpack the Wooden venetian blind/s being very careful not to damage the blind/s or cords when cutting through the packaging. Unwrap the plastic  that wraps the blind slats together. Included with your blind/s are the following parts: Universal brackets, Gold Screws, Fischer Plugs, Blind Cleaner.

Step 1 (See Illustration)

Look inside the headrail to make yourself familiar with the inner components, these components make sure the blind is in perfect working order – we need to make sure that the brackets do not interfere with these components. Hold the blind up in the window to see where one should drill to install the brackets – normally 150mm from the left, and 150mm from the right.

Step 2 (See Illustration)

Place your L- Shaped bracket back side flush with your wall – your wooden valance with returns will cover and hide the sides of your blind making it  nice and complete. You may however install your blind higher if you wish. Please make sure you allowed for higher installation when you did the  measurements. Use a pencil and mark where to drill. You will see a top and bottom hole where you can fit the screw. Please note that blinds wider than 1200mm will need support bracket/s in the middle.

Step 3

Use a 6mm drill bit and drill where you marked with the pencil.

Step 4 (See Illustration)

With the holes now being drilled, insert the Fischer plugs. Insert the gold screw through the hole/s of the brackets and fix the brackets to the wall by  using a phillips screw driver.

TIP: its always better to use electric/cord drills for this step.  Make sure that the screw is not fixed too tightly – one still  needs the bracket to swivel slightly.

Step 5 (See Illustration)

Have all your brackets in the open position as per image on left. Place your blind over the brackets, push blind up and secure flush with the top recess  of your wall. Now while holding your blind up with one hand, use the other hand to close your brackets one by one. Before letting go of your  blind, test that the blind is nice and secure.

 Step 6

With the blind now secured and fixed, lets operate the blind. Take all the cords and gently pull to the opposite site of your control. You will hear a small click, this is the cord lock being released.  Now with your hand still in position, slowly let go of the cord. Please note the moment you move your hand back to the side of your control, your blind will lock.

 Step 7

With the blind slats down, use the two single operating cords to tilt your slats by pulling them down. Please do not force it down when slats have already been tilted to a closed position.

Roller Blinds

Inside Fitting:

Before You Start
Unpack the roller blind/s being very careful not to damage the blind/s or chain when cutting through the packaging. Unwrap the plastic that is protecting your blinds. Included with your blind/s are the following parts: System 40 brackets, Gold Screws, Fischer Plugs, Child Safety chain tie back.

Step 1

Make yourself familiar with your roller blind. On the control side you will have a slide in slot, with a hook. On the other side you will have the spring operating pin. You will see that the shape of the hook and pin is exact of the set of brackets you received. Make sure you know what side your material roll is – front roll or waterfall roll – rolls from the front, covering the tube. Standard roll is where the material rolls from the back.

Step 2
Take your blind in hold it in your window area to make sure it fits. the side should almost just touch the wall, this means that there is enough space to fill those sides with the blind brackets.

Step 3

Take a bracket, and hold it in the middle side egde of your wall recess as per image below. Take a pencil and mark the two outer holes where you will be drilling and be fixing the screws to secure the bracket to the wall. Do the same on other side.

Step 4

Take a drill with a 6mm drill bit and drill where you marked with th pencil.

Step 5
After the drilling, insert the Fischer plugs, then hold up the bracket into position and insert each gold screw where you drilled. Take a phillips screw driver and tighten each screw. TIP: it is always best to use electric drills/screwdrivers for this part.

Step 6

Once the brackets are fixed, test them by pulling them slightly down. if they seem to be a bit loose, remove the screws and secure them again. This is  very important for you do not want your blind to come down at any stage.

Step 7

Clicking your blind in. Hold your blind nice and lever with your recess wall, start with the control side first. With the blind still rolled up, hook the  ontrol side into the bracket until you see the blind slides into place. With that step being complete, hold the blind level and with your finger, push in  the pin back into the tube. The allows the blind to slide into position. Once flush with the bracket and in position, remove finger, position a bit until  you hear a click meaning the cross shaped pin clicked perfectly into place.

Step 8

Test that the blind is secure, slightly pull down on the blind. The blind should be secured.

Step 9

Lastly secure the child safety chain tie back to the side where the chain loops – Optional.

Outside Fitting:

Before You Start
Unpack the roller blind/s being very careful not to damage the blind/s or chain when cutting through the packaging. Unwrap the plastic that is protecting your blinds. Included with your blind/s are the following parts: System 40 brackets, Gold Screws, Fischer Plugs, Child Safety chain tie back.

Step 1

Make yourself familiar with your roller blind. On the control side, you will have a slide-in the slot, with a hook. On the other side, you will have the spring operating pin. You will see that the shape of the hook and the pin is exact of the set of brackets you received. Make sure you know what side your material roll is – front roll or waterfall roll – rolls from the front, covering the tube.  Standard roll is where the material rolls from the back.

Step 2

Take your blind in hold it above your window area where you have measured to make sure it fits. Please make sure how much
you overlapped on the sides to determine where you should drill It is best to hold the brackets on the sides, hold it up, and mark with a pencil, the outer shape of the bracket.

Step 3

Make sure someone helps you with larger blinds on the previous step, making sure the blind is nice and level as well. Now take a pencil and mark the two outer holes where you will be drilling and be fixing the screws to secure the bracket to the wall. Do the same on the other side.

Step 4

Take a drill with a 6mm drill bit and drill where you marked with th pencil.

Step 5

After the drilling, insert the Fischer plugs, then hold up the bracket into position and insert each gold screw where you  drilled. Take a phillips screw driver and tighten each screw. TIP: it is always best to use electric drills/screwdrivers for this part.

Step 6

Once the brackets are fixed, test them by pulling them slightly down. if they seem to be a bit loose, remove the screws and secure them again. This is very  important for you do not want your blind to come down at any stage.

Step 7

Clicking your blind in. Hold your blind nice and lever with your recess wall, start with the control side first. With the blind still rolled up, hook the control side into the bracket until you see the blind slides into place. With that step being complete, hold the blind level and with your finger, push in the pin back into the tube. The allows the blind to slide into position. Once flush with the bracket and in position, remove finger, position a bit until you hear a click meaning the cross shaped pin clicked perfectly into place.

Step 8

Test that the blind is secure, slightly pull down on the blind. The blind should be secured. Your blind should now overlap the sides, top and bottom by at least 50mm depending on the type of blind and how you measured.

Step 9

Lastly secure the child safety chain tie back to the side where the chain loops – Optional.

Double Roller Blinds

Inside Fitting:

Before You Start
Unpack the roller blind/s being very careful not to damage the blind/s or chain when cutting through the packaging. Unwrap the plastic that is protecting your blinds. Included with your blind/s are the following parts: System 40 brackets, Gold Screws, Fischer Plugs, Child Safety chain tie back.

Step 1

Make yourself familiar with your roller blind. On the control side you will have a slide in slot, with a hook. On the other side you will have the spring operating pin. You will see that the shape of the hook and pin is exact of the set of brackets you received. Make sure you know what side your material roll is – front roll or waterfall roll – rolls from the front, covering the tube. Standard roll is where the material rolls from the back.

Step 2
Take your blind in hold it in your window area to make sure it fits. the side should almost just touch the wall, this means that there is enough space to fill those sides with the blind brackets.

Step 3

Take a bracket, and hold it in the middle side egde of your wall recess as per image below. Take a pencil and mark the two outer holes where you will be drilling and be fixing the screws to secure the bracket to the wall. Do the same on other side.

Step 4

Take a drill with a 6mm drill bit and drill where you marked with th pencil.

Step 5
After the drilling, insert the Fischer plugs, then hold up the bracket into position and insert each gold screw where you drilled. Take a phillips screw driver and tighten each screw. TIP: it is always best to use electric drills/screwdrivers for this part.

Step 6

Once the brackets are fixed, test them by pulling them slightly down. if they seem to be a bit loose, remove the screws and secure them again. This is very important for you do not want your blind to come down at any stage.

Step 7

Clicking your blind in. Hold your blind nice and lever with your recess wall, start with the control side first. With the blind still rolled up, hook the ontrol side into the bracket until you see the blind slides into place. With that step being complete, hold the blind level and with your finger, push in the pin back into the tube. The allows the blind to slide into position. Once flush with the bracket and in position, remove finger, position a bit until you hear a click meaning the cross shaped pin clicked perfectly into place.

Step 8

Test that the blind is secure, slightly pull down on the blind. The blind should be secured.

Step 9

Lastly secure the child safety chain tie back to the side where the chain loops – Optional.

Outside Fitting:

Before You Start
Unpack the roller blind/s being very careful not to damage the blind/s or chain when cutting through the packaging. Unwrap the plastic that is protecting your blinds. Included with your blind/s are the following parts: System 40 brackets, Gold Screws, Fischer Plugs, Child Safety chain tie back.

Step 1

Make yourself familiar with your roller blind. On the control side, you will have a slide-in the slot, with a hook. On the other side, you will have the spring operating pin. You will see that the shape of the hook and the pin is exact of the set of brackets you received. Make sure you know what side your material roll is – front roll or waterfall roll – rolls from the front, covering the tube. Standard roll is where the material rolls from the back.

Step 2

Take your blind in hold it above your window area where you have measured to make sure it fits. Please make sure how much
you overlapped on the sides to determine where you should drill It is best to hold the brackets on the sides, hold it up, and mark with a pencil, the outer shape of the bracket.

Step 3

Make sure someone helps you with larger blinds on the previous step, making sure the blind is nice and level as well. Now take a pencil and mark the two outer holes where you will be drilling and be fixing the screws to secure the bracket to the wall. Do the same on the other side.

Step 4

Take a drill with a 6mm drill bit and drill where you marked with th pencil.

Step 5

After the drilling, insert the Fischer plugs, then hold up the bracket into position and insert each gold screw where you drilled. Take a phillips screw driver and tighten each screw. TIP: it is always best to use electric drills/screwdrivers for this part.

Step 6

Once the brackets are fixed, test them by pulling them slightly down. if they seem to be a bit loose, remove the screws and secure them again. This is very important for you do not want your blind to come down at any stage.

Step 7

Clicking your blind in. Hold your blind nice and lever with your recess wall, start with the control side first. With the blind still rolled up, hook the control side into the bracket until you see the blind slides into place. With that step being complete, hold the blind level and with your finger, push in the pin back into the tube. The allows the blind to slide into position. Once flush with the bracket and in position, remove finger, position a bit until you hear a click meaning the cross shaped pin clicked perfectly into place.

Step 8

Test that the blind is secure, slightly pull down on the blind. The blind should be secured. Your blind should now overlap the sides, top and bottom by at least 50mm depending on the type of blind and how you measured.

Step 9

Lastly secure the child safety chain tie back to the side where the chain loops – Optional.

Zebra Roller Blinds

Inside Fitting:

Before You Start
Unpack the vision blind/s being very careful not to damage the blind/s or chain when cutting through the packaging. Unwrap the plastic that is  protecting your blinds. Included with your blind/s are the following parts: Open Type Cassette, Gold Screws, Fischer Plugs, Child Safety chain tie  back.

Step 1

Make yourself familiar with your vision blind. ALWAYS KEEP IT LEVEL. DO NOT REMOVE THE BLIND FOR THE FRONT PIECE OF MATERIAL IS FIXED TO THE CASSETTE. On the control side you will have a slide in slot, with a hook. On the other side you will have the spring operating pin.  On the inside of the Open Cassette you will see the fixed brackets on the sides. You will see that the shape of the hook and pin is exact of the set of brackets you received.

Step 2 ( See Illustration)

Take your blind and make sure it fits perfectly. Take your bracket with the flat side facing the back, loop in front as per images. Measure 50mm from  side, and 30mm from front edge of wall. This is where you should drill. Make a mark with a pencil.

Please note blinds wider than 1200mmwill need supporting brackets in middle.

Step 3

Take a 6mm drill bit and drill where you marked with a pencil. Take your Fischer plug and insert them into the new holes. Take your gold screws and put them through the bracket and into the plugs. Take a phillips screw drives and tighten. TIP: It is always best to use electric drills/screwdrivers for this part. Make sure the clips are tight and facing you perfectly straight.

Step 4 ( See Illustration)
Take your blind and look at the top grooves. There you will see where the brackets will clip and fix to the wall. YOU SHOULD ALWAYS START WITH THE FRONT CLIP.

Step 5 ( See Illustration)
Still keeping the blind nice and level, angle the blind with the back part angled lower than the front. Doing this allows you to easily clip the front side  to the loop shape of your bracket. Do this will all brackets before your you push the back side of the blind up. Once all front is level and looks right,  use your fingers as per images below and push up. Remember to push the blind toward you to get that CLICK sound. Once you hear the click sound, move on to the next bracket.

Step 6

Test the blind that the blind is secured to all the brackets pulling slightly down where all brackets are. If it seems like its loose, then just push the back  part of the blind until you hear the click sound.

Step 7 ( See Illustration)
Lastly secure the child safety chain tie back to the side where the chain loops – Optional.

Outside Fitting: 

Before You Start 

Unpack the vision blind/s being very careful not to damage the blind/s or chain when cutting through the packaging.
Unwrap the plastic that is protecting your blinds. Included with your blind/s are the following parts: Open Type Cassette, Gold Screws, Fischer Plugs, Child Safety chain tie back.

Step 1

Make yourself familiar with your vision blind. ALWAYS KEEP IT LEVEL. DO NOT REMOVE THE BLIND FOR THE FRONT PIECE OF MATERIAL  IS FIXED TO THE CASSETTE. On the control side you will have a slide in slot, with a hook. On the other side you will have the spring operating pin. On the inside of the Open Cassette you will see the fixed brackets on the sides. You will see that the shape of the hook and pin is exact of the set of brackets you received.

Step 2 (See Illustration)

Take your blind and make sure it overlaps your window opening perfectly. Your sides overlapping all depends how you measured, normally by 50mm  on each side, as well as the height. Take your L-Shaped brackets and place it 50mm above the corners of your window flash with the wall – take a pencil and mark within the holes, this is where you should drill. Please note blinds wider than 1200mm will need supporting brackets in middle.

Step 3

Take a 6mm drill bit and drill where you marked with a pencil. Take your Fischer plug and insert them into the new holes. Take your gold screws and  put them through the bracket and into the plugs. Take a phillips screw drives and tighten. TIP: It is always best to use electric drills/screwdrivers for this part. Make sure the clips are tight and facing you perfectly straight.

Step 4 (See Illustration)

Take your blind and look at the top grooves.there you will see where the brackets will clip and fix to the wall. YOU SHOULD ALWAYS START WITH THE FRONT CLIP.

Step 5 (See Illustration)

Still keeping the blind nice and level, angle the blind with the back part angled lower than the front. Doing this allows you to easily clip the front side  to the loop shape of your bracket. Do this will all brackets before your you push the back side of the blind up. Once all front is level and looks right, use your fingers as per images below and push up. Remember to push the blind toward you to get that CLICK sound. Once you hear the click sound,  move on to the next bracket.

Step 6

Test the blind that the blind is secured to all the brackets pulling slightly down where all brackets are. If it seems like its loose, then just push the back  part of the blind until you hear the click sound.

Step 7 (See Illustration)
Lastly secure the child safety chain tie back to the side where the chain loops – Optional.

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