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Helpful Information About Luminette 

Before measuring, consider whether you want an inside or outside mounted window treatment. If inside, you’ll need to make sure your window is square by measuring horizontally at the top, center and bottom, vertically along both sides and center, and diagonally. Also measure the frame depth and take into account any window hardware that might obstruct the window treatment.

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A helpful hint: Ask your local expert to measure all your windows, so the measurements are on hand for future projects.

Horizontal Application

  • Width: 8 in. - 192 in.
  • Height: 24 in. - 120 in.

To ensure your window treatments fit perfectly and function properly, we recommend leaving installing to a Hunter Douglas expert.

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If you’d prefer to install your shades yourself, check out our installation instructions.

You can find information about replacing a part on our parts and repair options page.

Hunter Douglas offers a Lifetime Limited Warranty, which covers the following:

  • Hunter Douglas window fashion products are covered for defects in materials, workmanship or failure to operate for as long as the original retail purchaser owns the product (unless shorter periods are provided below).
  • All internal mechanisms.
  • Components and brackets.
  • Fabric delamination.
  • Operational cords for a full 7 years from the date of purchase.
  • Repairs and/or replacements will be made with like or similar parts or products.
  • Hunter Douglas motorization components are covered for 5 years from the date of purchase.

Luminette fabrics are 100% polyester, making them resilient, anti-static and dust resistant. Periodic cleaning is recommended to help keep your Luminette Privacy Sheers looking like new.

  • Use a feather duster for regular light dusting.
  • For more thorough dust removal, a hand-held vacuum with low suction may be used. When vacuuming, avoid pulling or stretching the fabric. Start in the upper left corner and work across the fabric using short horizontal strokes while steadying the fabric with your free hand. Each stroke should be approximately the width of two to three vanes. Do not use long horizontal or vertical strokes as these actions will crease the fabric. Continue to the bottom of the fabric.

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