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Made of 100% brand new high-density permeable 180GSM polyethylene knitted fabric material.
Sun shade sails have curved sides to enhance pull strength and prevent drooping. (Middle-center of the sun shade will be shorter in width due to curves).
Sail comes finished with strong stitched seam, fitted stainless steel D ring on each side.
Sun shade can be used over a patio, driveway, lawn, garden, pool, deck, courtyard, dooryard, park, and carport
Allows cooling breezes to pass through to increase the sail’s cooling power, shades are non-waterproof.
Size:24′ x 24′
This Sun Sail / Flexible Garden Shade is constructed of high-quality sun screen fabric, which allows refreshing breezes to flow through. The sail can be easily hung over a patio, driveway or other outdoor space to provide shade and protection from up to 90% of the sun’s harmful UV rays.
Important: Our customized sunshade sails are made case-by-case, and cannot be resold. Please carefully measure your space, and choose the correct size for your needs.
Size:24′ x 24′
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4.0 out of 5 stars
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June 19, 2016
Installation: I decided to forgoe the “amazon recommended” hardware. I do not have posts to attach the sun shade, so I came up with a solution. I took 1inch galvanized conduit (10foot) and bent it where I wanted and screwed the lower portion to the kickplate of the deck. The top portion of conduit I inserted an eye bolt and I attached an eye screw to my wood eave at the stud at the house. Using paracord and spring clips attach the sun shade to the eyes. The conduit is also anchored to the lawn using paracord and ground stakes to prevent swing of conduit (tension is needed for the sun shade) and can be adjusted. It should be simple to take down during Indiana offseasons and simple to mow that Indiana lawn (just unhook from ground stakes & mow). Overall, think home made simple camping tent. All materials including sun shade under $90. Did have access to a conduit bender through work.
Durability: This sunshade seems like it should last a few summer seasons. Lightweight fabric/nylon with double stitched d-looped corners looks like they will hold well. Overall, seems well made but jury is still out, I’ll try to update in year.
Can’t give 5 of 5 for unknown time duration of the sun shade, yet.
Update (6/22/17) – After 1 year I’d say this is worth the $$. Still in good shape, it has stretched a little bit which can be expected. If high powered winds (tornadic weather) would occur I’d take the shade down, but other types of storms I’d leave it up. The sun shade looks like it will last several more summers. The D-rings are showing a bit of rust, but not bad at all. This year I added paracord attached to opposite corners to create an “X” along the underside of the shade for extra support in hopes to reduce stretching the fabric from higher speed winds. Updated to 5 stars.
July 14, 2015
The material is strong and blocks the sun well. It does allow water to pass through but not very quickly so if you are expecting rain you will definitely want to take it down. The material does stretch over time so be sure to account for about 6″ of adjustment on each corner. I used small turnbuckles on two of the corners.