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Product code: 632918PLUM
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***Please allow 10-14 working days for delivery of this item*** although we always try to get it to you as quick as we possibly can
Tape Top/Pencil PleatThis is the more traditional heading. A band of material is attached to the inside top edge of the curtain. Small hooks are then looped through the material which are used to attach the curtain to the curtain trackl. For use with a curtain pole the hooks can have rings attached which are then placed on the curtain pole.
EyeletEyelet holes are metal edged holes which are evenly spaced along the top of the curtain. The curtain pole then goes through the eyelet holes. This types of heading can only be used with a curtain pole.
You need to decide if you will be hanging your curtains by a track or a pole which should be fitted prior to measurment. The track or pole should be fitted 6 inches (15cm) above the window and should extend 6-7 inches (15-20xm) on either side of the window.
Measure the width of the pole or track excluding finals. Include an overlap in your measurements, usually around 1 inch (2.5cm) to allow the curtains to overlap when drawn.
First you need to decide if you would like your curtains to fall to sill length, below the window sill or to the floor. The usual suggested measurements for these are: Sill Length - Usually finish ½ inch (1.25cm) above the window sill. Below The Sill - These usually fall 6 inches (15cm) below the window sill. Floor Length - Usually finish ½ inch (1.25cm) from the floor. If you would like a more dramatic look may want to have them longer so that they can trail along the floor.
Tracks - Measure from the top of the track to your desired length, then add on 1 inch (2.5cm) for the gap between the hooks and the curtain top. Poles - Measure from the metal eye at the bottom of each curtain ring, this will ensure that you do not obscure the curtain pole and rings.
When selecting luggage, you ought to consider the mode of transportation by which you will be travelling – along with security and handling issues.
Hard sided suitcases are generally constructed from ABS, polypropylene or polycarbonate. They are great for those who like to open the suitcase to find everything as it was packed. Hard sided suitcases are very strong and provide the highest level of protection from damage.
Soft sided suitcases are generally constructed from polyester, nylon or both. They are easy to store flat and out of the way until departure. Most soft sided suitcases come with expandable zips to open up for extra space for on the journey home.
Can refer to 2 wheel (rolling) or 4 wheel (upright) luggage.
2 Wheel luggage typically has two fixed wheels which helps to make it easier to manoeuvre around corners. Sometimes has a telescopic handle.
4 Wheel luggage uses an extended handle to help the user to pull the suitcase in an upright position. This means the weight of the luggage is supported by the four wheels and not the user.
Cabin luggage can also be known as carry on luggage. We recommend a maximum of 19 inches in size for cabin luggage but it is always best to check with your airline before you travel. With the heightened security currently being enforced at airports, there are restriction currently in place for what you can take on-board the aircraft in your cabin luggage. You can check the latest guidelines here Governments hand luggage restrictions.
Capacity measurements are for the main compartment size of the case and are measured in litres. It is used to help compare different suitcase size, as it is hard to visualise the internal space.
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