- 商品尺寸: 10.2 x 7.6 x 7.6 cm
- 商品重量: 109 g
- 发货重量: 181 g
- ASIN: B01DMTFI2A
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SGT KNOTS Polyester Lift Cord/Mini Blind/Roman Shade Made in USA - Several Colors & Sizes (1.4 mm x 100 yards - Raw Umber)
- Polyester lift/mini-blind/Roman Shade cord
- Available in widths of 0.9mm, 1.4mm and 1.8mm
- Comes on spools of 100 yards
- Multiple colors available; great for crafting or redecorating
- Made in the USA and backed by the SGT KNOTS guarantee
Whether you're doing a DIY blind repair, have your own mini-blind business, or have another crafting project in mind for your Roman Shade/polyester lift cord, you won't find a better deal on price or quality than this cord from SGT KNOTS! High strength to stand up to variety of uses, and available in multiple colors to suit any decor or decorative style, the SGT KNOTS Polyester Lift Cord is an affordable way to get your project done right.
Our polyester mini-blind or "Roman Shade" cord is available in spools of 100 yards with varying widths: 0.9mm, 1.4mm, and 1.8mm. If you're using this cord to repair existing blinds or to build blinds with slats and other hardware you've already picked out, be sure to check the size(s) your hardware can take. When it comes to slat material, this cord is strong enough for years of use with plastic, aluminium, or wood, so don't hold back!
SGT KNOTS Polyester Lift Cord can make your old mini-blinds more attractive while restoring their function, and is a popular material for a variety of crafts. As with all things made and sold by SGT KNOTS-proud to be a veteran-owned business-this cord is made in the USA and backed by the SGT KNOTS guarantee.
尺寸: 1.4 mm x 100 yards | 颜色: Raw Umber
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I've read reviews here about the size of the cord and I can confirm the 0.9 mm cord is the right size as advertised. The proper way to measure is to wrap it firmly 10 times around a pen or pencil and press the loops together and measure the span. 10 turns of 0.9 mm cord will be 9 mm which is a bit less than 3/8 inch. (0.9x10/25.4 is approx. 0.35433 < 0.375 = 3/8) Using a micrometer on an individual strand likely compresses the cord and provides an erroneous reading.
FYI 10 turns of the 1.4 mm cord should measure a bit less than 9/16"
and 10 turns of the 1.8 mm cord should measure a bit more than 11/16"