PVC Curtain Track White
Simple easy fit rail
Excellant product easy to fit suggest using
polish on back of rail when sliding clips in place
have just bought second one excellent value
1 Sep 2015
Best way to straighten and use
Leave coiled and cut off 100mm and place it on a board and heat it up in electric oven set and stabilised to 105-110 C. Adjust temperature to get a flexibility without distortion. Clear 5mtr. of flat tiled or wooden floor and place suitable weights (books, water/paint cans etc. not too heavy) every 0.5mtrs. Place the rolled up track on a wooden board in the oven - which is already stabilised at the correct temperature and allow to soak for about 30 minutes. Have snips ready and remove the hot track and swiftly spread face down over the floor with the weights - making sure there is nothing to mark or distort the face. Allow to cool and if there are indents where the cable ties were - warm up carefully with a hot air 'Paint Stripper' gun and correct them. I made a 75 x 12mm wooden 'U' shaped frame to fit into my 2x1 metre bay. I then - screwed it in place, painted it and fitted the track with clips every 150mm on the straight sections and two angled round each of the 100mm radius corners. This allowed me to get the track to follow round the bay close to the window when I put the completed assembly up. I cheated by buying a second lot of track - partly because I over-cooked the first and also to provide extra clips.
4 Aug 2015
cheap curtain track
cheap as chips, does the job, easy to fit. bish bash bosh!
29 Jun 2015
Good and simple with spares
This was a quick and simple to use and fit, bit of issue to straighten but hot water helps. Loads of spare parts so can either have spares, put up more support or go round a difficult layout.
16 Jun 2015