How to choose the best SUNLAX 16'5'' x 16'5'' x 16'5'' Triangle Sun Shade Sail Sand Color UV Resistant for you?
High Quality Guarantee - 100 185GSM Virgin HDPE high density polyethylene material with unique woven structure. Energy Saving and Environmental Protection - Effectively reducing heat by blocking more than 95 of harmful UV rays Breathable Material Design - This fabric allows cooling breezes and light to pass through for better airy and comfortable space, allows rains to pass through, so there's no pooling water So it is not waterproof Easy to Install and Maintain - Stainless steel D rings on each corner make it easy to set up and remove Easy to clean with mild detergent and water. 4 * 5ft long durable ropes for free Ideal Shade Solutions - It can be used over a patio, driveway, lawn, garden, pool, deck, courtyard, dooryard, park, and carport
What is the advantage of this SUNLAX 16'5'' x 16'5'' x 16'5'' Triangle Sun Shade Sail Sand Color UV Resistant?
SUNLAX shade sail is a stylish and effective shade solution that fit most outdoor living space. You can creatively design your own little shady area in a courtyard, pool, gardens, children s play areas, car spaces, and even entry ways. The heavy duty Polyethylene material will keep you cool and out of the hot sun. SUNLAX sun shade sail – Made of 185GMS heavy duty HDPE fabric – 88 – 95 UV Protection – 80 – 85 shade rate Accessories: durable rope*3pcs triangle shade sail /4pcs square or rectangle shade sail Note: The edge is curved, not straight Hardware kits are not included Installation Guide: Recommend installing at a 20-40 degree angle with maximum tension to allow runoff rather than pool in the middle Rectangle Shade Sail: Choose two sides higher than others Triangle Shade Sail: Choose two sides higher than another side
Customer reviewsPatio Sails Rock
Ordered two 13'x13'x13' shades to replace two others not the same brand from a big box warehouse store that lasted about three or four seasons on our Southwestern patio. Those proved indispensable and longlasting enough, considering the abuse they suffered flapping in high winds, winter snow loading, desert sun that we knew we just had to replace them when a windstorm finally took them down. These replacements have now been in place for up to four months or so and appear to be standing up exceedingly well. I stretched them as absolutely tight as I possibly could while erecting them, to minimize any flapping in the wind, and they took it admirably well. Installation isn't at all complicated, but it takes pretty good strength to pull them as tight as possible. No stretch, no sag in these over the months, and they still look as good as new. They aren't intended to be waterproof because you wouldn't want rain to pool in them, so instead it easily percolates through and tends to drip mostly from the center low spot. All in all, we're 100 satisfied and anticipating years of good service.