If you’re buying window coverings for maximum visibility of the outside and ample natural sunlight indoors along with privacy, glare reduction, and UV protection, consider our affordable Elite Solar Shades 10% Openness. Also referred to as sun screen shades, these child-safe window treatments are made of loosely woven fabrics to provide gently filtered light while blocking 90% of the UV rays. 100’s of sizes, free samples, free shipping, & more!
Protect your interior from much of the sun’s damaging rays (90%), and reduce glare, while preserving a soft, crisp view of the outdoors without squinting. It’s an ideal choice for residential and commercial buildings and outdoor spaces with a view to the outside.
The solar shades fabric 10% openness allows you to feast your eyes on the outside scenery without being seen yourself (during the day).
With their ability to keep heat radiation away, these Elite Solar Shades 10% Openness can help keep your home cool in summer and warm in winter. Plus they will keep noise away to provide you with a peaceful environment to study or sleep.
Choose a (standard) traditional way to roll your shade up the back (off the front) of the roller (closer to the window). Or give a cleaner, designer look to your window by letting the fabric wrap over the top roll (away from the windows) to create a waterfall effect.
Shop Elite Solar Shades 10% Openness with your favorite convenient, kid-safe control style that conforms with new Federal Safety Regulations for custom window coverings.
Regularly do light dusting and vacuuming to keep your 10% sun-blocking shade looking clean and brand new. Rinse with clean water, if needed. Do not scrub.
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Choose a medium openness factor (7% to 10%) for sufficient UV protection and view. For best visibility, select solar roller fabric shades with 14% openness factors.
It tells you the percentage of ultraviolet (UV) rays that can pass through the sun screen fabric. It usually varies from 1% (less open) to 14% (more open).
Openness of solar blinds refers to how tightly the fabric is woven. Tighter weaver will mean less openness, and vice versa.
The answer is yes! You can see through 1% solar shades at night, but the effect is reversed during the day.
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