Myths about Single and Dual Shades

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Common myths about blinds

Window Blinds are often misunderstood and not seen as an attractive option. However, if you take the time to consider the many benefits they offer you might be surprised by what you'll find. We've outlined a few misconceptions below and proved them to be wrong. This might give you a good idea of why something like a double roller shade can be worth a try.

You can’t have them in your home if you have small children

If you have small children, you may be concerned about the safety of window blinds. However, there are many myths about window blinds and small children. One myth is that you can’t have window blinds in your home if you have small children. This is not true! There are many types of window blinds that are safe for homes with small children. Another myth is that window blinds are a strangulation hazard for small children. Again, this is not true! Window blinds can be a safe and stylish addition to your home, even if you have small children.

There are few choices in the market 

There are many choices still not widely known when it comes to window blinds. So there can be a pleasant surprise for consumers who want to find the perfect option for their home. However, it's important to remember that quality is most important. There are a few key things to look for when choosing window treatments like blackout roller shades, and by keeping these factors in mind, you can be sure to find the perfect option for your home.

They are not long-lasting and can break easily 

Talking about long lasting products there are always black sheep on the market. Keego Blinds window treatments undergo a detailed quality control before sending out. In addition product engineers developed outstanding mechanism that let window blinds work for years of use without breaking.

They are hard to clean 

This myth is a tough one as it depends. Each fabric different as well as every stain can be different. Grape juice on a white zebra shade will take much more effort to clean that dusting off shutters. But this counts as well for curtains and other window treatments. Dual shades luckily come with two shades both in the same fabric, so no need to worry there. For more detailed instructions on how to clean blinds, have a look at his article.

Window shades are difficult to operate

Yes and no. A wide and corded cellular or sheer shade can be a bit tough to lift for elder or kids. However there are plenty innovations to make sure everyone can access sun light and shade at any time they want. Dual shades, motorized blinds and even smart home blinds can be a big help.

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