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Old 10-11-2010, 07:37 AM   #1
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Idea to save your curtains from damages

Upon checking the curtains on our new minilite trailer we found that the curtains are rubbing on the window frames screws every time you open or close them because of a non existing clearance on the drape brackets. We installed a wood shim that is aprx one quarter inch thick behind the brackets. We used parquet flooring wood that you can separate and use only one strip. We find that is the perfect solution to this problem. Your curtains will not rip apart because of the rubbing on the screws from the windows frames each time you open them. Another thing we intend to do with these curtains is to install a liner on these curtains later.
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