Cordless Roman Shade Kits

New Cordless Roman Shade Kits Lift System For Window Shades Engineered to Protect Children’s Lives

“A state-of-the-art cordless shade.”-Inez Tenenbaum, Chairman of the US Consumer Product Safety Commission.

In the wake of nationwide alarm over child injuries and deaths caused by standard corded window coverings, a major custom window fashions manufacturer, has introduced a dramatic innovation in lift and operating systems that completely eliminates hazardous cords in cordless roman shade kits, woven wood, screen and roller shades.

Safe-T-Shade™ is a patent-pending, industry-first design that enables all styles of shades to function smoothly and freely without the entangling lift cords, control cords and unsightly rings currently in use. The cordless roman shade kits system was developed in anticipation of a massive voluntary recall jointly announced in December, 2009 by the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) and the Window Covering Safety Council (WCSC), affecting millions of Roman shades and roll-up blinds.

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Watch the Videos for the DIY Kit and the Finished Assembled Cordless Spring Roller Lift System

Video 1 Measuring for a Finished Cordless Spring Roller Lift System

Video 2 Your Finished Cordless Spring Roller Lift System Kit Includes

Video 3 Finished Spring Roller System

Video 4 Finished Spring Roller System

Video 5 Installing Cordless Window Shade

Video 6 Back Side of Cordless Window Shade

Video 7 Measuring for Inside Mount Cordless Spring Roller Lift System

Video 8 DIY Cordless Spring Roller Lift System Kit
Written instructions included in kit.

Video 9 Light Filtering properties of standard spunbond nylon non-woven UV-rated lift sheet.

Video 10 Light blocking properties of Safe-T-Shade with Blackout lift sheet. Even with the main shade unlined, the lift sheet provides all the required blackout function.

Video 11 A demonstration of light and heat blocking properties of energy efficient Shade Screen lift sheet material. Temperature difference on front and back of shade measured under severe light and heat conditions.