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ãHigh Quality amp; Reinforced Edgesã-- The privacy screen is made with 210 gsm with all around Reinforced Edges, which make the balcony screen is straight, firm, shaped and will not deform easily.
ãBetter Fixation amp; As Decorationã-- The copper gromets is dense and uniform, each corner of the balcony screen have THREE gromets for better fixation. If fix the balcony privacy screen with cable ties in every gromets, the balcony will be privacy and neat!
ãUV-Resistant amp; Visibility Reductionã-- The balcony privacy screen can prevents up to 99% harmful UV sun lights. And the HDPE material is durable and recyable to use. It suitable for all weather conditions including rain, snow, and high winds. The fence cover can protect your baclony from hot sun, heavy wind, heavy dust and leaking eys. It will help to provide you a private place to enjoy your live!
ãSuitable for Multi-occasionsã-- The privacy screen is the best solution for balcony, deck, patio, pool, porches, fences, garage etc. Every place you need the privacy or sun-shade, the privacy screen will be the best economical and easy helper.
ãEasy to Install amp; Customer Satisfactionã-- Please fix the balcony screen neatly and firmy, easy installtion and big function! Cable ties and Ropes included! 100% customer satisfaction or money back!
100% High dense HDPE material -- Ensure high quality craft;
99% visibility reduction -- Protect privacy;
Reinforced edges -- Prevent tearing;
Dense copper gromets -- Sturdier fixation;
Weather-resistant -- Prevents hot sun/wind, suitable for multi-occassion and different weather use!
Size amp; Specification
Material: HDPE material;
Size: 1*5m (3.5*16.5ft);
Function: Sun Shade; Windshield; Block dust; Protect privacy etc
Accessory: Included for easy installation!
Why choose us?
We are professional at balcony screens, our product was sold to different countries. The balcony privacy screens are machine manufacturing, superb craftsmanship reinforced edges with cable ties ropes included. We are keep studying and improving our product quality according to customer feedback. We dedicate to offer the best product to our every customer!
PREMIUM QUALITY amp; NECESSARY BALCONY PRIVACY SCREEN for daliy life!
The balcony privacy screens make of the high quality HDPE material, the reinforced edges will prevent tearing and extend the lifespan of the balcony screen.
It reduce the visibility and protect your privacy. The UV-Resistant feature help to block 99% hot sun.
Besides, it is super easy to install with cable ties and ropes. The balcony screen suitable for Balcony, Backyard, Patio, Porch, Garden to use as sun shade, privacy screen, fence cover, shading net etc!
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