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Redi Shade

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Black Out Paper Window Shade - 36 in. W x 72 in. L

$6.48 /each

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Choose the Redi Shade 36 in. x 72 in. Paper Black out Window Shade when you want more privacy or to create darker room conditions. You can mount this shade either inside or outside the window frame in a horizontal orientation. If necessary, cut a bit off the length or width of this lightweight shade to conform to your window.

  • 36 in. W x 72 in. L
  • Actual Shade Width is 36 in.
  • No deductions are made to this shade - the actual width of this shade is the same as width ordered
  • For an Inside Mount, fits windows: 36 in. Wide
  • For an Outside Mount, fits windows up to 33 in. wide (with 3 in. excess for optimum light control and privacy)
  • Hangs and removes in seconds
  • Can be trimmed at home to better fit your window dimensions
  • No hardware, just trim, peel and stick
  • 100% recyclable
  • Easily fits any size window
  • Ships within 2-3 business days
  • Black color helps darken any room and provides instant privacy
  • Horizontal design opens from the bottom up
  • Not sure what size to buy? Click here to download a printable window treatment measuring guide!

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Since there is no cord, I am wondering if the shade stays up, or if it is just down all the time?

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Down unless you use the clips that are included. Clips allow you to adjust at any height.
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February 1, 2015
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Each shade comes with two plastic clips that can be used to hold the shade open.
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October 18, 2014
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You can clip them up with the included clips.
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August 2, 2014
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You can adjust the shade manually with the included clips (2 per shade, look like chip clips). You just fold it up or down to the desired level, then clip the excess pleats. They hold them well since the shade is so light.
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July 9, 2013
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Hi. I appreciate the easy variety of up and down you are free to choose because of the clips you use. Sooo much better than cords that break and tangle up. The shades look great and really darken up the room as needed. Enjoy your shades!
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July 5, 2013
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It is one solid piece.
It is pleated, so it just folds up and there is two clips to clip at the ends and keep them up.
It really is neat. how it is done.
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July 5, 2013
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kay jay,
This shade works by using small clothespin like clips at the bottom to raise or lower the shade to the desired height. This way you can easily put the shade up during the daytime and down at night should you want.
- Jay
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Can these be installed (stuck) on the window behind the existing blind?

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Yes
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I installed mine in front of the existing blind without any problem.
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Yes they can, as long as you've got a surface available for them to adhere to.
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June 12, 2014
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Hi Woodtx,
Thank you for your question.
Redi Shade blinds can be stuck to any smooth and clean surface, including the window pane itself.
Thank you for your interest in this product.
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June 12, 2014
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Hi woodtx,
This shade mounts either on the inside or outside of the window frame.
If your current shade is mounted on the outside, you can mount this shade on the inside.
If your current shade is on the inside of the window frame, you will not be able to use this shade.
Mike,
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Can these blinds be cut to size? 12 and 1/2 inches wide?

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Yes. They are paper, so you can easily cut them down to size.
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Yes they can. I used a razor edged blade (box cutter).
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Yes,they can be cut to ANY size. I used a knife and my cutting board. VERY EASY, VERY SIMPLE.
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Yes. Its very easy. Just use a sharp pair of scissors.
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yes they can be easily cut to what ever width you need.
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Are these shades white on the outside?

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They are black on both sides.
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No, both sides are black.
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December 16, 2013
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Hello yrrek,
Thank you for your question.
Redi Shade Paper Black Out Window Shades are black on both the inside and the outside.
If you prefer the outside to be a lighter color and are looking for a room darkening option, we suggest Redi Shade Paper Room Darkening Window Shades which are gray, or Redi Shade Fabric White Light Blocking Window Shade.
Thank you for your interest in this product.
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Customer Reviews

Rated 4.5 out of 5 by 26 reviewers.
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Perfect for 5 bucks and 5 mins labor Greatvalue. Can'tgowrongwith. Nottosayotherthan that. August 6, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Great purchase These blinds are very easy to install (took about 5 minutes to cut to size and then peel and stick them onto the window frame) and do a great job of blocking light, especially for the extra low price tag! I would definitely recommend them to anyone looking for a quick and easy fix without spending an arm and a leg to do it. September 6, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Doesn't stick to the Wall The shades are great in that they completely darken the room. Unfortunately, they didn't stick to the frame of my window and fell down in one day. I suppose I could've used packing tape to secure it. The adhesive didn't work. Also, I ordered online and picked it up from the Home Depot store and was disappointed when I got home to realize that two of the clips were missing. The package had torn and the two clips fell out. That wasn't a big deal, because those clips can be easily replaced by binder clips. The only problem is that they don't go up easily. It takes an effort to put them back up to allow light in. June 23, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Finally...something that works, is affordable AND visually appealing! These have been a life changer! I have been doing shift work for over 12 years and I have never found an affordable, effective, yet visually pleasing and convenient option to darken my room for daytime sleep. I've used roller shades, mini-blinds, curtains, room darkening curtain panels, cardboard, blankets, you name it. I've found that the most effective method to block light (cardboard and blankets) is the most hideous to look at. The more visually pleasing options (blinds, shades) inevitably allow glaring rays of light in that always seem to find my face. The past few years, I’ve let the visually pleasing factor outweigh the effectiveness factor, but I finally got tired of it. So, I went on the search for a solution and came across these shades on several different sites. These shades are paper and marketed as being “temporary”. They are essentially a really long piece of pleated, thick, black construction paper with a tape strip on the top that is used to affix it to your window frame. There is no roller or pull cord mechanism, as they are simply folded up/down to the desired level and then held in place by two black clips (they are included and are much like chip-clips). You install them by simply measuring your window opening and cutting the shade with a razor-edge blade, such as a box cutter. The shade is pliable enough I just held it up into to the opening, bending the excess portion of the shade outward, and then marked my cut with a white crayon. I used a straight edge to hold my place, and then with several swipes of the blade, they were cut to size. Remove the strip that covers the adhesive and then you’re ready to stick it in place. I attached mine to the metal portion of the inside of the window pane. I removed my blinds, however that wasn’t necessary. These shades would have fit just fine behind them. It took a total of 20 minutes to cut and install 3 shades. Now, I will say that part of the reason these work so well for me is due to my color schemes. My bedroom is full of gray, purple and black. So the black shades showing act as an accent to all of that. Had it not been, I would have probably left my blinds up, so the shades wouldn’t be visible from the inside. The exterior of my house has gray siding with black shutters, so from the outside it looks like I have black roman shades that go with my exterior colors as well. With regard to the light blocking ability, I have to say I’m impressed. I have one single window on one wall and a double window on another wall. There isn’t a glimmer of light visible through my single window. There is a slight amount of light getting through in the middle portion of my double window, however I do have curtains and when they’re closed; they seem to trap most of the residual light. I can’t speak of the longevity of the shade just yet, but I’ll post an update if needed. However, for the job these do and the price (about $6 each), I wouldn’t even mind if I had to reinforce the tape or replace them every once in a while. See the attached photos for further details. These photos were taken minutes apart, during a sunny St. Louis afternoon around 4pm. I had no lights on in the home and no flash on the camera. August 2, 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Total Darkness! These work like a charm. They're wider than my window so just trimmed off the excess with scissors and voila they stick to the top of the window frame. For added adherence I used black thumbtacks just in case. They block out the light completely and they're stylish too! Only gave them a "Good" on quality because they are paper after all and with time and daily use I'm sure they'll loose their crispness, but they're a great value for the money. December 7, 2015
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Does. Not. Stick. An utter waste of money. It worked great for one day, then fell down. I only wanted them for two weeks, but even two days was asking too much. December 9, 2015
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Easy to install and sleek look. This shade looks awesome on my window. It's peel and stick installation was super easy. The only tool I needed was a utility knife to cut it to size. All in all it took less than 5 minutes to install. It blocks out the light pretty good. I wish that it came in more colors/patterns so I could install them in other rooms. Right now they only come in white or black. It uses clips instead of a cord which is kind of nice. The only reason I didn't give it 5 stars was because I thought it was a bit pricy considering it's pvc counterparts and that it is essentially a big piece of fan folded paper. Had it been a couple bucks cheaper I would have been completely content. September 25, 2012
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by LOVE these shades!!!!! Highly recommend!! We just moved into a new house that did not have ANY blinds. I didn't want to buy cheap plastic "mini blinds" but will have to save up for nice ones. Only problem is that my husband NEEDS to have our bedroom BLACK AS NIGHT and I had to find something for the meantime... when I stumbled upon these "temporary blackout shades" and for about $6 per window, figured I would give them a try... THEY ARE FANTASTIC!!! They were so easy to cut to size and install. They block out nearly all light!!! I went ahead and purchased "blackout curtains" as well and now absolutely nothing penetrates our windows. I leave the shades down and curtains closed at all times so I don't bother with the clips that they came with. I am so happy with this purchase that I am going to buy some for our daughter's room too! They say these are "temporary" but they are so nice I am not in any rush to buy "real blinds". Highly recommend!!! August 28, 2015
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