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Light Blue Elegance Window Sheer Voile Scarf 60″ X 216″. sunblock fabric,sun block fabric,sun blocking fabric,cling-on sun glare blockers.
Lowest New Price: USD 3.75
Achieving a more elegant and romantic effect is easy with this sheer scarf. The voile material has a naturally cascading drape to softly frame any window. This look can be accessorized with matching sheer panels (sold separately).
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- Package includes: one 60"W x 216"L Light Blue window scarf
- Sheer voile material
- Made of 100% polyester
- Easy Caring: Machine washable
The shade mutes the view when looking out our screen-in porch and doesn’t completely block it. What I really like about the shade is that when standing in our neighbor’s yard the view INTO our porch is blocked. So you can take a nice afternoon nap on your porch without the whole neighborhood watching! sun blocking fabric Our porch gets direct afternoon sun which can get uncomfortably hot. I have been surprised and very pleased with how well the shade cools down the porch in the afternoon. Read the rest of this entry »
sun blocking fabric I never review products on line but this purchase warrants one. We just moved into a new house where there are two skylights in the bathroom. In the morning the sun would blare through them making the bathroom very hot. We’d been running a fan to try to keep it cool but the heat continued. We purchased this product, climbed on the roof and attached the screen in no time. The results? OMG. The light comes through but now with zero heat. We were so taken by the results that we decided to put a small piece on one of our kitchen windows where the setting sun created a similar heat to the bathroom. Poof. No more heat while doing the dishes while the filtered light came through. It’s no lie when they say this is 7 times better than traditional film. Read the rest of this entry »
Assume you are lucky to get 500 watt-hours a day with this thing, at a value $.10 per Kw/hr you are getting 5 cents per day with each panel. at a price of $800 that means it will take 16,000 days to get your money back on investment. That’s almost 44 years!
assume the average wattage out put for the hours at 8oclock and 6 oclock is 10 watts, at 7 and 5 its 20 watts at 8 and 4 its 30 watts at 9 and 3 its 50 watts, at 10 and 2 its 75 watts at 11 and 1 its 95 watts and at 12 its 110 watts Read the rest of this entry »