Faux Wood Blinds
Backed by a lifetime warranty, you will find our products are of the highest quality, yet cost less than going to Lowe’s or Home Depot. With the convenience of in-home appointments we fit your time and budget.
Care & Cleaning
Dust your blinds regularly using an ordinary soft, clean cloth, chemically-treated dust cloth or mitt, feather-like duster, or cylindrical dust brush specially designed for blinds.
For deeper cleaning, vacuum gently with a brush attachment.
Compressed Air/Hair Dryer
Use a can of compressed air or a handheld hair dryer on the COOL setting to blow off dust and debris.
Use a soft cloth or sponge moistened with lukewarm water and mild detergent if needed. DO NOT use hot water. Place toweling on the floor or sill and wipe the blind in sections.
Aligning Your Blind
After the blind is installed, tilt it open, then raise and lower it several times. This will allow the cords and slats to align themselves.
Tilting The Slats
Pull down on either one of the tilt cords or twist the tilt wand until slats reach the desired position.
Raising Your Blind
Ensure slats are in the open position, then pull the lift cord downward until the blind reaches the desired height. Release the cord and the blind will automatically lock into place.
Lowering Your Blind
Gently pull the cord toward the center of the blind until the lock releases. Let the cord slip slowly through your fingers until the blind reaches the desired height. Move the cord toward the outside of the blind and release. The blind will automatically lock into place.
Tilting The Slats
Pull on one of two tilt cords to rotate slats forwards or backwards. Or rotate the wand tilter (if ordered) to rotate slats forwards and backwards.
Raising and Lowering Your Blind
Tilt the slats to the open position (flat and parallel to headrail). Hold the center portion of the bottom rail to ensure level movement. Lower the blind by gently pulling downward to the desired position. Raise the blind by gently pushing upward to the desired position.
Reassembly of Cord Collector (Stop Ball Assembly)
The cord connector, or stop ball, is a child safety device designed to come apart with moderate force. Reinsert any loose cords into the top notches of the cord stop. There is a notch on each side. Line up the right and left sides of the cord stop and snap the pieces back together.
For blinds made in 2019 and AFTER
For blinds made in 2018 and BEFORE
Valance Clip Adjustment
Removing a Faux Wood Blind
Remove valance by pulling gently to release the magnets holding the valance on. Lift up on the latch at each end and pull the blind out of the brackets.
Zinga's Custom Window Coverings
STEP 1: Complimentary In-Home Consultation
We bring sample products & fabrics directly to your home so you can see and feel the products in your home.
STEP 2: Precise Measuring & No Pressure Quote
We take precise measurements of all your windows and provide you a no pressure quote at the time of your consultation.
STEP 3: Hassle Free Installation
Installation completed by Zinga's employee who are experts in their craft. Free yourself of the stress of installing.
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Building a home can be stressful enough, let us take the burden of window treatments off your hands. We will meet with you after your drywall is complete and can install as soon as you move in!
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