Ikea roller blinds

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Ikea roller blinds

Postby marstolive » Thu Oct 09, 2014 9:08 pm

Hi , has anyone used or is using the ikea roller blind? I would like to find out if it can block out the sun effectively. At least 50%?

Thinking of buying it.

THANKS

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Re: Ikea roller blinds

Postby jasmineong » Fri Oct 10, 2014 1:59 pm

marstolive wrote:Hi , has anyone used or is using the ikea roller blind? I would like to find out if it can block out the sun effectively. At least 50%?

Thinking of buying it.

THANKS


Yes I have, its ok ok in terms of blocking out sunlight - maybe 40%. But after a few years, may need to change as it is not too hardy.

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Re: Ikea roller blinds

Postby marstolive » Fri Oct 10, 2014 7:13 pm

jasmineong wrote:
marstolive wrote:Hi , has anyone used or is using the ikea roller blind? I would like to find out if it can block out the sun effectively. At least 50%?

Thinking of buying it.

THANKS


Yes I have, its ok ok in terms of blocking out sunlight - maybe 40%. But after a few years, may need to change as it is not too hardy.

Oh I see. Thanks for the feedback.

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Re: Ikea roller blinds

Postby erislee » Wed Dec 17, 2014 8:31 pm

y not try those curtain tat have two layers, one is the thick one another is the thin one tat allow sunlight to come in..

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