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WHAT IS THE PROBLEM?
The problem occurs when drapery fabrics show tears and/or rips along edges or folds.
WHAT DOES IT LOOK LIKE?
The damage usually appears in straight vertical lines along the folds or edges of the drapery. These areas have been exposed to direct or indirect sunlight while hanging. Areas protected from light are not affected. In many cases, only the thinner, vertical yarns will break, while the horizontal yarns will remain. This pattern makes the drape appear as if it is shredding in straight vertical lines.
WHAT CAUSED IT?
Sunlight is destructive to many textiles and will progressively degrade fibers that are exposed during use. Some fibers, such as rayon, acetate, nylon, cotton, linen, silk, and wool, are more prone to this type of damage than others. In addition, some dark colors and prints absorb light readily and are more susceptible to light damage.
CAN IT BE PREVENTED?
The only method of prevention is to protect the fabric from prolonged exposure to light. This can be accomplished by using blackout linings, outer shades or blinds, or tiniting windows to prevent exposure to UVA rays.