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Easy Lift Trim-at-Home White 9/16 in. Cordless Point Bond Fabric Blackout Cellular Shade - 48 in. W x 64 in. L
  • Redi Shade
  • Model 3512656
  • Internet # 206171706
  • Store SKU #1001469452

Easy Lift Trim-at-Home White 9/16 in. Cordless Point Bond Fabric Blackout Cellular Shade - 48 in. W x 64 in. L

$59.97 /each

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Trim-at-Home Easy Lift White 9/16 in. Cordless Blackout Cellular Shade - 48 in. W x 64 in. L

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Easy Lift Trim-at-Home Shades offer the look and fit of custom cellular shades at a fraction of the cost. Simply trim the shades at home for a perfect fit, then peel and stick for a permanent installation that is effortless: no drill, screws or brackets required. Easy Lift Shades are cordless for ease of use and child safety. The blackout honeycomb fabric provides increased privacy and energy efficiency.

  • 48 in. W x 64 in. L
  • Actual Shade Width is 47.5 in.
  • NOTE: This shade is 0.5 in. narrower than the order size (or the size shown on the box)
  • For an Inside Mount, fits windows: 48 in. Wide (or as narrow as 28 in.)
  • For an Outside Mount, fits windows up to 45 in. wide (with 3 in. excess for optimum light control and privacy)
  • Trim-at-Home for a perfect fit
  • 48 in. width can be trimmed to fit windows 28 in. to 48 in.
  • Easy to trim with utility knife
  • Permanent installation in seconds with peel and stick application
  • Requires no tools, screws or brackets to install
  • Cordless lift mechanism provides easy operation; safe for children and pets
  • Single cell 9/16 in. non-woven polyester fabric provides a stylish look in any room
  • Blackout honeycomb fabric helps to keep rooms cooler in the hot summer sun
  • Clean your shade for with regular dusting or light vacuuming; spot clean for stains
  • Not sure what size to buy? Click here to download a printable window treatment measuring guide!
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Does this particular blind come in a length longer than 64 inches?

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October 27, 2014
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Hi, Thank you for your question. Unfortunately the Easy Lift shade only comes in a 64 inch length drop. Thank you for your interest in this product.
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Removal

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When it comes time to remove the shades, what method do you suggest?
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March 31, 2014
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Thank you for your recent inquiry about Easy Lift Cordless Cellular shades. For best service please call our Customer Service 888-608-6611.
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Can Home Depot cut these for me if I buy them there?

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It appears these shades are only available online, however, I would imagine if you bring your receipt - which they also should have record if paying by their card - you should be able to have someone in windows / doors help with cutting. But please, since this is only my opinion, you should call a store to find out or bring it to the store to show them.
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It appears these shades are only available online, however, I would imagine if you bring your receipt - which they also should have record if paying by their card - you should be able to have someone in windows / doors help with cutting. But please, since this is only my opinion, you should call a store to find out or bring it to the store to show them.
Honestly, I found that with a sharp enough knife and following instructions that come with it, a person should be able to complete this themselves. Read Less
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March 31, 2014
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Thank you for your recent inquiry. Shade cutting capabilities vary by location. You may want to contact your local store to see if they are able to trim your shade. These are only available for purchase online, however they can be ordered online and shipped directly to your home, business, or local store. For any other questions, please call HomeDepot.com Customer Service 800-430-3376.
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Can shades be mounted (and hold) on popcorn ceiling if no other inside mount surface is available

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March 7, 2014
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Hello Louisa and thank you for your question.
Yes, the shade can be mounted on the wall or ceiling as needed. The adhesive is strong and may pull off some of the popcorn finish when the window treatment is removed.
Best wishes on your project.
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Customer Reviews

Rated 4.0 out of 5 by 49 reviewers.
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by exactly what we wanted This shade is exactly what we hoped it would be. Very easy to install and works great. Originally we only wanted it down for the morning sun that would flood our room via a large block glass bathroom window, but it has kept the room so much cooler we plan on leaving it pulled down throughout the summer. We didn't need to cut it to fit since the width of the window is 48inches. It has stayed firmly in place and blocks out everything. It's attractive and looks as nice as anything we could have placed there. Having spent thousands on plantation shutters throughout our home, this shade doesn't diminish the look of quality at all. We are very pleased with the purchase. June 11, 2014
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by I have had a while -- now updated information: I had gotten these about a year ago and had written about them, so this is just to add updated info. I have liked this shade, however, something mentioned by others is that, after a while, they may not lift properly. I find that having left a couple at a particular level, seems to have kept them from raising in one window, since it faces West and leave them raised just so many inches with curtains in front of (those two are the light-filtering ones). My other two are the blackout version in a bedroom window facing East, which give good coverage, which I raise and lower regularly. Now I see that one of those is acting up. I thought all that was necessary was to extend it out fully in order to activate the spring feature, but I don't know, now. Something else to address, the problems some have with them falling off as "ma2liv" mentioned. I did have a little trouble with that and found what worked was to drill small holes (I used five, for a 35" w shade), in the uppermost portion of the shade, putting small screws into the window frame (I have plaster), which has held them up well. Another shade I had found from Redi-shade prior to getting the "Easy Lift" version had been the one that has a button to depress to raise and lower, called "Easy Touch", which I have never had ANY trouble with, but appears the manufacturer discontinued it, sadly, or that would be the one I would prefer. Since I may replace the two light-filerting shades in the front room with room-darkening ones, I am now considering a different product from what I have seen offered. April 14, 2015
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Worthless peel and stick shade From the description online, I had no idea this was a peel and stick shade that will only work stuck to the inside of a box-frame window. Our window doesn't have any place to stick this, and even if it did, it is highly doubtful that it would stick very long, and when it gets ripped down, it's guaranteed to ruin your paint. I returned this to the box as soon as I opened it. This really put me in a bind, since I had to get blinds up that day. My only option was to drive to my local store, return this, and buy a real shade that was in the wrong color. February 22, 2014
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by They don't stay up I bought 5 and loved them at first. After installing the first couple, my husband got the hang of it and installation looked easy (adhesive). However, 4 have fallen down. We've tried re-sticking them to no avail. I emailed Home Depot for help but they didn't respond. Too bad because they looked like good quality and made the room look fabulous. If anybody has had luck installing them another way, I'd love to hear about it. March 19, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Great for what I needed The shade does a wonderful job of blocking the light in my daughters' room and it was very simple to install after cutting--just peel and stick. It has held up very well in the two months it has been installed. When it is up, it's hard to tell it's even there. My only complaint is that cutting it was more difficult than I imagined. The instructions say to use a utility knife, but the pictured tool is more like a saw. I was able to cut through it with a utility knife, but it was pretty rough and took me about 20 minutes to do. April 30, 2013
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Simple solution that does the job We needed a black out blinds for my son's room and this does the trick. He is able to open and close them on his own since he is 6. And the sun needed to be blocked from his west facing window. I thought I would be able to saw the ends off myself but my husband's strength was needed for a cleaner cut. December 10, 2013
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by easy to install and operate I used this product mainly for climate control. It went up in 3 minutes because it was the exact width I needed so I didn't need to cut material off the sides. It looks good and operates easily. I love it and plan to buy more. I put this on a southern exposure window for climate control. It's doing a great job of blocking heat generated by sun's rays. July 16, 2013
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by Expectations - did not live up to mine The product is paper, albeit a honeycomb black out type. I bought it for front bedroom windows that are 48" wide. The blinds would get numerous usage throughout the day. The room is a bedroom and the shades would are opened in the morning, closed when the summer sun hits them about 2 pm, and opened again in the evening, finally closed at night. I seriously doubt that the blinds that use double sided sticky tape to adhere to the window and the plastic handle on the botttom of the shade would stand up to the usage. If I had a window that was seldom used, this item might work. I never installed them up once I saw what was shipped, Returned it to my local HD without any difficulty. BTW: it took 3 weeks to get the blinds delivered. Plus the item is far too pricey for what I received. July 9, 2013
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