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White Paper Light Filtering Shade - 36 in. W x 72 in. L (6-Pack)

$16.97 /each
  • Trim at home for a perfect fit then install with no tools
  • No Cords for child safety and a clean look, raise with clips
  • Softly filters light for privacy, light control and UV protection

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The Redi Shade 36 in. x 72 in. Paper White Light Filtering Shades (6-Pack) are an excellent choice for projects. They can be quickly installed just trim, peel and stick. These shades feature a white finish and pleated design to offer a decorative appearance.

  • 36 in. W x 72 in. L (6-shades per package)
  • 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)
  • 100% recyclable
  • 6 pack is ideal for projects
  • Customize at home to fit your exact window measurement
  • Easy installation just trim, peel and stick
  • Ships within 2-3 business days
  • Light filtering design offers instant privacy
  • Shades open from the bottom
  • Not sure what size to buy? Click here to download a printable window treatment measuring guide!

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My window width is 19.5" x 42" length. Can these shades be cut?

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August 3, 2015
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Yes absolutely and very easily with a utility knife, I'll attach a video demonstrating it.
The shade naturally falls to about 40 inches, then you gently tug on the bottom to extend it down to 72in. . A good thing really makes them look fitted.
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December 29, 2014
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Shades are easily cut with a lineoleum knife. Instructions show scissors, but that would be pretty tough. I haven't figured how to get a nice, clean and even cut (a bit uneven with the knife), but for the very temporary use I have less-than-perfect was OK.
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Yes
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July 7, 2014
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Yes, you trim them to the proper width with a utility knife. It goes very quickly. My blinds were up in less than a minute each.
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May 27, 2014
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Yes, the shades can easily be cut to fit your window.
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Yes, they are easy to cut. I just used a utility knife and a ruler.
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April 29, 2014
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They can be cut for width but I think you can find some closer in width to cut. The come folded accordian style so they are easy to cut straight through.
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Yes, These shades are so easy to cut down! You can cut them down to any size you need because there are no cord . You can also paint them!
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Are there 6 to a box or $19.97 each 36X72 piece?

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Yes, this product is paper and is designed to be trimmed width-wise (as in 36in or less). But there's no reason you couldn't trim them both ways.
When you let the shade fall the folds make the shade fall naturally to maybe 40 inches, then you can gently tug at the bottom to stretch the folds to your desired length, up to 72 in. So unless you have a very short window, you'll be fine.
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Yes, this product is paper and is designed to be trimmed width-wise (as in 36in or less). But there's no reason you couldn't trim them both ways.
When you let the shade fall the folds make the shade fall naturally to maybe 40 inches, then you can gently tug at the bottom to stretch the folds to your desired length, up to 72 in. So unless you have a very short window, you'll be fine.
6 in a box each 36x72 yes. Although unless you have very thin windows, you'll need two per window. Just cut each to half of the width and you'll get the job done. Read Less
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Six to a box for $20.
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There are six in one box. The total price for 6 blinds is $19.97. A fantastic deal!
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6 to a box.
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There are 6 shades in a box and 12 clips.
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December 16, 2013
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Hello Folami,
Thank you for your question.
Redi Shade 36 in. x 72 in. Paper White Light Filtering Shades (6-Pack) contain six (6) individual shades and includes 12 clips; two clips for each shade.
The price listed includes all items listed above.
Thank you for your interest in this product.
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Does it come with the clips? How many?

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Yes, 12, two per shade.
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There were 12 clips in the box of six shades that I purchased, two clips per shade.
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Yes, two per shade.
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It comes with two clips per blind. The six-pack comes with 12 clips.
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They come with two clips per shade.
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It comes with 12 clips.
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December 3, 2013
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Hello Hoolehuatita,
Thank you for your question.
Redi Shade 36 in. x 72 in. Paper White Light Filtering Shade (6-Pack) comes with a total of 12 clips; each shade comes complete with two clips. To raise your Redi Shade simply collect the pleats to the desired open position and secure the shades with the Redi Shade clips. To lower, remove the clips.
Thank you for your interest in this product.
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do these redi shades come with a back mount instead of a top mount? my door windows don't recess enough to put it in the window frame.

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The shades are pleated paper. The "mount" is double-faced tape along the top pleat. This can be oriented either top or to the back.
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You can also stck to the glass
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The "mount" is an adhesive strip on the back of the uppermost fold. I imagine you could adhere it to the top of your door's window and the blind would hang down just fine. I can picture this working very well. The problem with installation on a door is longevity. This blind is made of paper. A door that is opened and closed daily will likely have people rubbing up against the door and the blind and I Read More
The "mount" is an adhesive strip on the back of the uppermost fold. I imagine you could adhere it to the top of your door's window and the blind would hang down just fine. I can picture this working very well. The problem with installation on a door is longevity. This blind is made of paper. A door that is opened and closed daily will likely have people rubbing up against the door and the blind and I imagine the blind won't hold up well to that kind of use. If you don't have young children or dogs it might last awhile. Read Less
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June 9, 2014
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Hi Mary,
Thank you for your question.
The top mount adhesive can be flipped to easily make a back mounting shade. The adhesive will adhere to any clean smooth surface, including the window pane itself.
Thanks for your interest in this product.
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Rated 4.4 out of 5 by 26 reviewers.
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Great as a temp solution I recently bought a new condo and needed some temp window coverings. The paper blinds were perfect. In fact, a few of them are still hanging - buying me time to settle on exactly the permanent blinds I want. Highly recommended. August 17, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by These are the BEST I brought these four years ago and they have lasted that long. Yes I know they are Temporary, but I love how you can fan them in different ways. So why fix what's not broken, just moved and I am on my way to get more this time I'm going to try the blackout filtering shades for my bedroom. April 29, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Alternate way to install For adjustable "top down" shade: -Fold 1" of the top of the shade over a tension rod. Attach the adhesive side to the back of the shade. Place the tension rod with attached shade onto the window. Tension rod can be lowered to allow direct sunlight, yet maintain privacy. March 4, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Surprisingly Awesome Because my husband and I recently painted our bedroom, our existing window coverings no longer worked. I bought these paper shades to hang while new curtains are on order and could NOT be happier with them. It literally took me three minutes per window to measure, cut, and hang these. The plastic clips that come with make it super easy to adjust the length of the shades. They are paper and I can't speak to their durability (because I've only had them up for four days), but they look really sharp. I've told everyone I know about how great these are, lol. May 27, 2014
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Perfect simple solution Just moving in to a new apartment I needed a quick window covering while I moved in so I could leave curtains and blinds until all my furniture and painting is situated. These are a great value took just a few minutes to put up 4. They let enough light in but offer complete privacy. April 29, 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by I love the 'look' of this product outside and inside my home easy to put up and looks good! my kitty caused my shades to NOT look perfect...she was locked in a room accidentally and she tore up the bottom of the shade... but it held and did not fall down January 29, 2013
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Still hanging in there after over a year! We moved into a big, old house with no window treatments last year. We couldn't afford proper blinds, so we bought a bunch of these to tide us over until we could buy real window coverings. We have the white ones in the living areas, the grey ones in our bedroom and the kids' bedroom, and the black ones in the baby's room. Installation: They are very easy to install. Clean the window frame, trim the shades to size (I used a utility knife and a ruler - it usually just took 3-4 cuts to get through the whole shade), peel and stick. I only had two fall down, of the eleven I installed, and those were the ones where I forgot to clean the surface before installing them. I cleaned it and stuck them back up, and they stayed fine. One of the re-stuck ones fell down a second time on an especially humid summer day. Privacy and light filtering: They do the job. The white ones are completely opaque, and you can't see inside when they are closed. They block more light than I thought they would, and I found myself still wanting to open them to let the sunshine in every day. The grey ones make the room dark enough for the kids to nap or go to bed before sunset, but let enough light in to tell the difference between day and night. The black ones aren't true blackout shades, but what can you expect from paper? You can see the hand in front of your face, and once your eyes adjust to the darkness, you can see across the room without any trouble. But they do a more than decent job for the price. Removal: This was one of the only drawbacks. They all ripped a big strip of paint off when we took them down, no matter how careful we were. But I didn't take away any stars for this because our house is old, and sometimes the paint comes off just because you looked at it funny. Daily use: It was a little bit annoying to have to re-fold the accordion fold every morning to open the blinds, and my kids were constantly removing (and losing) the clips (FYI: clothespins work in a pinch). If you have toddlers, they will likely be fascinated by the big, crinkly paper things as soon as they are tall enough to reach them, which will definitely reduce their longevity (toddler-induced damage was what finally did our living room ones in). The bedroom ones are less tempting, so they are all still doing fine. Bonus: Bored of the look of straight shades? Lost half your clips? Just clip the middle instead of the edges, and you have fancy circle shades! May 26, 2014
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by Cheap... Bought it for bathroom as we planned to get permanent blinds. Installation was quick and easy. You may cut it to size. It's cheap for a temporary install. That said, ours started falling off the next day. Had to make it stick again. It came off yet again in couple of days. Don't know if it's in general like that or it was just my piece. Overall it's okay for a temporary install. September 6, 2015
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