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Outdoor Patio Blind Fixing Strip 210cm

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Fixing strips are used to firmly secure and guide the edges of the patio blind to posts to reduce the movement of the patio blind if required.

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Product overview

Fixing strips are used to firmly secure and guide the edges of the patio blind to posts to reduce the movement of the patio blind if required.

By using the fixed strip guide it prevents wind & rain from penetrating at the edges of the patio blind

Compatible with all Trade Tested patio blinds.

Comes packed as 2 x 1.05m fixing strips, covering 2.1m height.

Dimensions: L 105cm x W 3cm

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Questions and answers

4 votes
Wouldn't you need them to be 240cm since your screens are 240cm??
The screens include a flap at the bottom that makes up the rest of the 240cm length.
By Trade Tested on November 16 2020
1 vote
Will these prevent the blinds being 'blown in' by the wind
Yes these are designed to help prevent wind & rain from penetrating at the edges of the patio blind
By Trade Tested on November 01 2022
2 votes
Are these light or dark grey?
They are a light grey.
By Trade Tested on June 24 2020
2 votes
So is there 2 x 105cm strips, making a total of 210cm per side?
Yes that's correct.
By Trade Tested on June 17 2020
2 votes
what is the WIDTH (not length) of a fixing strip.
It's 30mm.
By Trade Tested on June 08 2020
-1 votes
How are the fixing strips attached to the post, i.e. screws, glue etc.
They are fixed to te edge of the blind to keep it straght, it does not have the capability to connect to a post without being modified.
By Trade Tested on March 02 2023
-3 votes
Do the strips go at the top or on the sides? Can you still fold them open with them installed?
These strips go on the sides. Yes you can still roll them up, the edge of the blind is fixed to the fixing strip however there is a zip 5cm inside the edge of the blind, just unzip and roll.
By Trade Tested on July 15 2022
1 vote
Do they come in any other colour?
No just the one.
By Trade Tested on May 22 2020
1 vote
How many fixing strips will I need to hang 1 blind?
You will need 2.
By Trade Tested on May 13 2020
0 votes
Do these rails/guides work with the Outdoor Sun Screen Roller Blinds ?
No they don't.
By Trade Tested on January 05 2021
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Did the job well

Worked as advertised. A little hard to slide blinds into but once in went up nicely

John T Kinloch
fixing strip

Works ok keeping blind in place. Took a while to get blind into place as fit was very tight.

Baz Auckland
Fixing strips

Easily fitted and very effective

John T Kinloch

Very good quality I fitted 2 per side works perfectly

mal waikato
Fixing strip for patio blind

Fits perfect could do with Stainless screws

Andy Hamilton
Outdoor blind fixer

Easy to install and easy to pull blind up and down

Kathy Tairua
Secures the blinds to timber sides

Fits perfectly in my space, i bought 2 blinds, joiner, extension and brackets. Easy to put up, well made, very happy.

Barb Waikato
Fixing Strip 210cm

These are a great addition to the clears and makes things very secure

jeff BOP
Fixing strips for patio blinds

These strips worked out perfect as the wind where we live comes straight of the mountain and was causing issues with the blinds. After fitting strips at both ends of the pergola this prevented the wind from whipping the blinds around and no longer need to roll them up to prevent them being damaged.

Mike Taranaki
Necessary addition

Work really well to hold the blind securely in place. A bit tricky to fit but a little soapy water helps to slide the ropes in to the channel.

Ed Canterbury