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Re: Where to buy curtain runners with wheels

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You may have bad luck and hit the rebar, but on a ceiling that would mean that you have drilled your hole WAY too deep.
More of a problem is hitting a steel lintel. I tried once with a small HSS bit and then a screw, but it was too hard for the screw to bite, unlike rebar which is relatively soft.
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Re: Where to buy curtain runners with wheels

Another window treatment which I really like are Plissee. The high quality ones are washable. They install with tiny screws which are not a problem for "kunstoff" window frames.

There are many styles and colours to choose from.

We have curtains, two sets on each window, sheers and darkening styles. If you close your shutters at night, but you want to open a window on tilt in summer. you get almost no air in if the shutters are closed. But with curtains you can can leave the shutters open or raised and still have privacy by closing the curtains.
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