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Premium Zebra Dual Sheer Blackout Roller Shades

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Why you should choose our Springblinds Premium Zebra Dual Sheer Blackout (Room Darkening) Roller Shadesspringblinds-zebra-roller-shades-closed-open-cut-comparison.jpg

Zebra Roller shade is Dual-Layerd roller shade which is the most versatile shade in these days. With its unique zebra pattern, our Premium Zebra Dual Sheer Blackout (Room Darkening) Roller Shades will improve any interior when it is installed. With 5 different colors to choose from, you can design your room  however you want. We use cordless window coverings and cordless control which provides safer options for families with kids. It is built with aluminum rail and polyester fabric, allowing them to last longer and withstand damage.


  • Available in 7 custom colors.
  • Material : Fabric - Polyester / Rail - Aluminum
  • 100% Blackout roller shades blinds
  • Cordless design is great for households with small children.
  • 100% production after order received. 

Cordless zebra shades are a fun way to get the most out of any room. Order today and, make nap time more comfortable for your little one, enjoy a few extra Zzz’s in the morning yourself. Transforming your living room into a state-of-the-art media room has never been so easy

Aluminum Rail - Upper Cover, Bottom Bar


Can be made in 1cm increments as custom-made saris



Light Transmittance

The darker the fabric color, the brighter the effect. Basically, it has some effect(6-70%) shining. 









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To get started, first choose the window covering you are interested in. When measuring to fit blinds or shades to your windows, it is important to remember a few key things. Decide if you want an inside mount or an outside mount before you begin the measuring process. A steel measuring tape is much more accurate than cloth measuring tape. Always measure to the nearest 1/8 inch. Don't round to a half or whole inch. Be careful about transposing measurements. Be sure to always have width and height clearly marked. And remember: always put your width measurement first, and height last (W x H). Then read our Measuring Guide.

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