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Splices for Plastic Ribs can be used to combine two lengths of Roman Shade Plastic Ribs to create a longer rib for wider shades or to eliminate scrap. These splices fit in the center hole of the plastic ribs.
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These are great for connecting two ribs for a wider shade.
They worked perfectly for me!
I used 1/4 “ wooden dowels, drilled into the ends of them, applied wood glue and extended them to my 60” needed length. They worked perfectly!
What I ordered will save alot of time and improve my projects.
I had 2, 5 ft. bathroom windows needing roman shades. I tried a bunch of complicated ways. No one in Sacramento area had specific ribs. Your iron on rib holding ribbon and the very thin ribs were the answer. Working on replacing a yard swing so thrilled to find a patterned outdoor seam binding, to off set my solid fabric. Just received the catalog, and see the canvas patterning ruler - I can use that in card making aside from the yard swing. I am writing this today, because I want the $5 gift card towards my next purchase, the canvas patterning ruler. The 2 projects that I will be marking off my to do list has me thrilled I stumbled on the SAILRITE site.
Perfect for connecting ribs!
I didn't realize there were 10 in a package and way over ordered these Yikes! So I need to read more carefully in the future! :)
Won't stay in
I can't get these to stay in even though I glue them. Maybe I'm using the wrong glue.
I am using them with plastic sailrite ribs but the keep breaking. Maybe I am using them wrong.
You don't say whether the splices are breaking or the plastic ribs. I'm including a short demo video for the Ribs that shows the splices being used. It's brief, but I thought it might help. If you wish to share more details regarding the issue you're having, email us at email@example.com and a member of our team will get right back to you. Roman Shade Plastic Ribs