What does 3 inch rod pocket mean?

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What does 3 inch rod pocket mean?

Our Lace Window Treatments and Window Tiers usually have this size pocket. A 3 inch pocket will accept a 2 1/2 inch continental curtain rod or a 1 1/2 inch diameter round decorative rod. Most of our Curtains and Drapes have this size pocket. Decorative Rods should be used with Grommet and Tab Top Curtains.

Q. How do you calculate rod pockets for Roman blinds?

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Q. What is rod pocket curtains?

The most classic and common of all methods of hanging curtains, a rod pocket is a sewn-in pocket, or casing, at the top of a curtain panel that easily slips over a rod and conceals it. … Valances hung above the curtain hide the rod even when the curtain is open.

Q. How Big Should curtain rod pockets be?

A 1 ½” rod pocket should be used on a standard 1” curtain rod or with a decorative rod 13/16” diameter or smaller. A 3” rod pocket should be used on a standard 2 ½” continental or dauphine rod or on a decorative rod 1 3/8” – 1 ½ ” diameter.

Q. How do you make rod pocket curtains slide easier?

Rod pocket curtains are more difficult to open and close because the material doesn’t slide easily along the rod. Rings or pin hooks make adjusting curtains easier. If you use pins or rings, make sure they are strong enough to support the weight of the curtain.

Q. Can rod pocket drapes be hung with rings?

Hooks or curtain ring clips can be used on rodpocket curtains. … Specialty curtain rings with clips attached allow you to hang any type of lightweight or medium-weight curtains from a curtain rod.

Q. Can you use curtain hooks on rod pocket curtains?

Drapes are also usually hung with drapery hooks (also called drapery pins), whereas curtains are made to hang directly on the rod with a rod pocket, back tab, grommet or other hanging method.

Q. Can I hang regular curtains on a traverse rod?

Traverse rods make it easy to open and close the drapes. An intermediate skilled home sewer can utilize drapery maker tricks and successfully hang non–pinch-pleated drapes on a traverse rod, hiding the pins and providing enough support for the weight of the drapes. … The weight of the drapes hangs on the pins.

Q. How do you hang rod pocket curtains on a traverse rod?

Insert the hooks into the rings to hang your curtain. With a traverse rod: Insert the provided plastic hooks inside the braid every 3.

Q. What are back tab rod pocket curtains?

Back tab curtains have hidden strips of fabric tabs sewn on the back of the curtains. You can either slide these loops directly onto the curtain rod, or attach rings with clips to the loops.

Q. How do you attach hooks to rod pocket curtains?

One of the simplest ways to put hooks onto a curtain panel of any kind is to simply pin through the top of the curtain header. There are pieces of fabric constructing the top hem, put your pin hook through the back piece of fabric only, and it will conceal the hook and will not be visible.

Q. How do you hang curtains without a rod?

How to Hang Your Curtains Without Using a Rod

  1. 1 – Hooks. There are a number of hooks you can use to hang your curtains. …
  2. 2 – Drawer Pulls. …
  3. 3 – Rope. …
  4. 4 – Tree Branches. …
  5. 5 – Sports Equipment. …
  6. 6 – Nails. …
  7. 7 – Copper Pipes. …
  8. 8 – Upholstery Tacks.

Q. What kind of curtains use hooks?

What hooks do you need for Pinch Pleat Curtains? These are the curtains that have the pleats sewn into the top. They come as either double or triple pleated curtains, can be used on either a track system or on a rod/pole with rings both use the same type of hooks.

Q. How can I hang curtains without drilling holes?

Renter-Friendly Window Treatments That Don’t Damage Walls

  1. Use Temporary Command Hooks.
  2. Hang Curtains With Tension Rods.
  3. Order Custom Compression Shades.
  4. Make a Faux Roman Shade.
  5. Buy Twist & Fit Curtain Rods.
  6. Suspend Curtain Rods from the Ceiling.

Q. Can you use Command strips to hang curtains?

A few simple steps will have curtains hung in no time! Use command hooks and a curtain rod with a heavy load capacity. Take a square piece of paper or cardboard and cut out a corner to match the corner of the window. … Wait thirty minutes for the command hook to become secure and hang your curtains.

Q. What can I use in place of a curtain rod?

Copper Pipes

Q. Can you put up a curtain pole with no more nails?

DA. No More Nails is not bad but there is no glue in the world that will stick up curtain poles because the substrate will give even if the glue doesn’t.

Q. What is the strongest no nails adhesive?

The strongest adhesive by far was the Loctite PL Fast Grab Premium. It held 115 pounds on the wood block and 92 pounds on the PVC block. The next strongest adhesive, Liquid Nail’s Fuze It All Surface, held 100 pounds on the wood and 64 pounds on the PVC.

Q. How do you take off no more nails?

How to Remove Construction Adhesives

  1. You’ll need to soften the adhesive or caulk. To do this, heat the adhesive with an electric heat gun or blow dryer. …
  2. Then scrape the adhesive off using a putty knife, or a flat edge.
  3. Wipe your surface with mineral spirits to remove any remaining residue. See More Helpful How-To Articles.

Q. Will no nails hold a shelf?

You can use it on almost all absorbent and non-absorbent materials including brick, ceramic, wood, hardboard, plasterboard, MDF, plywood, stone, concrete, metal, UPVC, glass, tile, plastics, painted surfaces and mirrors. You should wait approximately 24 hours before apply any weight to any mounted objects like shelves.

Q. How much weight can no more nails hold?


Q. How long does no more nails take to set?

24-48 hours

Q. Does no more nails work on glass?

YES. it will work. When you put the mirror on stick some nails at the bottom of the mirror to let the adhesive dry/go off.

Q. Can no more nails be used as a filler?

I have used cheaper versions of the No more nails type of water based stuff (from Poundland) and found it good for penetrating deep into cracks to bond loose cracked plaster back to the brickwork before filling with patching plaster.

Q. What Colour does no more nails dry?

The DIY high strength adhesive

UniBond No More Nails OriginalUniBond No More Nails Invisible
ColoursWhiteWhite and dries translucent
MaterialsWood, Plaster, Concrete, Brick, Stone, Metal, Polystyrene, Ceramic, PVCWood, Plaster, Concrete, Metal, Ceramic, Stone, Brickwork, Glass
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