Frequently Asked Questions

Frequently Asked Questions

Using a handheld vacuum or a vacuum with a soft brush attachment, gently remove any remaining dirt and dust from the sheer shades. Be careful not to rub too hard.

Interior zebra blinds do not generally stain very easily, but in everyday use, the fabric surface can become dusty. For dust removal, it is recommended to choose a soft fiber cloth for simple wiping, in fact, for most of the zebra blinds this way can achieve the initial effect of dust removal. Of course for some fabrics such as tulle we can use a vacuum cleaner like cleaning roller blinds, set to a low power gear, with brush accessories or light and breathable fabric covering the surface of the suction outlet to suck out the curtain surface dust, but the time spent using the vacuum cleaner should not be too long.

Like roller blinds, zebra blinds are made by rolling a tube up and down, and are double-layered, with one layer attached to the wall or interior window casing and the other layer fixed to the tube roll. Zebra shades have both light filtering and blackout requirements. When the double layer of fabric alternates, it ensures enough darkness and privacy, which is easy to be the way to achieve in situations where privacy is needed. Of course, when wanting to let natural light in when you want it, adjust the two layers of fabric to overlap to achieve sunlight entry.

The striped fabric across the two layers creates an on/off effect that allows for finer control of light and privacy. Choose from light-filtering or room-darkening materials (along with sheer materials) for superior light control to suit your needs.

Zebra blinds are made of alternating sheer and opaque horizontal fabrics that can easily block and filter light. By adjusting the intersection of the two layers of fabric, you can control the amount of light that comes in and out, and keep the interior from being seen from outside the room, so zebra blinds can be used in the bedroom for privacy.