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Sun Zero Stripe Indoor/Outdoor UV Protectant Energy Efficient Curtain Panels

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Amazon has Sun Zero Valencia Cabana Stripe Indoor/Outdoor UV Protectant Energy Efficient Grommet Curtain Panels on sale $8.99 -> Now $9.99 -> now from $10.99. Shipping is free with Prime or on $25+ orders.

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  • Material: Polyester
  • Vertical cabana stripe design adds a coastal ambience.
  • Fade resistant durable indoor/outdoor fabric.
  • Offers light blocking with UPF 50+ UV Protection.
  • Stain and water resistant lightweight material.
  • Ideal for outdoor pergolas and gazebos.
  • Rust-proof grommets fit curtain rods up to 1.5" in diameter.

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Amazon [amazon.com] has Sun Zero Valencia Cabana Stripe Indoor/Outdoor UV Protectant Energy Efficient Grommet Curtain Panels on sale from $8.99. Shipping is free with Prime or $25+ orders.

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Average regular price on Amazon is $20, not $40 as product page suggests. Still not a bad deal, but fyi
I think the only way even polyester can be water repellent or water proof, is to regularly coat it with a water proofing spray like ppl have to do on camping tents.
Mold and mildew are common on fabric, when wet for a long period of time and not treated asap. Even $$$$ tent will get them
Good luck.

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Looking to cover the 2 exposed walls on my 26'x16' patio...how do I approach this? Would I be able to buy multiples and link them together?
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I want to order these, but a few people have commented about mold after only a few months. The mold did not wash out for them. My patio is covered, but these will definitely be exposed to rain in the summer as I am in the south. I am not sure if they can withstand Tilex or a similar product. Thoughts?
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I think the only way even polyester can be water repellent or water proof, is to regularly coat it with a water proofing spray like ppl have to do on camping tents.
Mold and mildew are common on fabric, when wet for a long period of time and not treated asap. Even $$$$ tent will get them
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I think the only way even polyester can be water repellent or water proof, is to regularly coat it with a water proofing spray like ppl have to do on camping tents.
Mold and mildew are common on fabric, when wet for a long period of time and not treated asap. Even $$$$ tent will get them
Good luck.
Yea these would definitely last longer being indoors. Might be useful for houses in Texas that have unusually large windows and an ungodly amount of them.
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Yea these would definitely last longer being indoors. Might be useful for houses in Texas that have unusually large windows and an ungodly amount of them.
Acck! That's not very energy efficient.
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Average regular price on Amazon is $20, not $40 as product page suggests. Still not a bad deal, but fyi
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Acck! That's not very energy efficient.
Yea there's no lack of sunshine here, but builders keep building houses with giant windows everywhere. I think it's a cost-saving measure for them, advertised as "open concept" to attract buyers. Probably one of the reasons why we're using up so much power.
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Install solar screens on outdoor patios. Weather resistant and keeps the heat out.
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Looking to cover the 2 exposed walls on my 26'x16' patio...how do I approach this? Would I be able to buy multiples and link them together?
Sure, stack them on the rod, use paper clips to hold section together if choose.
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The only color still available is yellow
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Thanks OP. Ordered 2.
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