How to Install a Condenser on Horizontal, Roman and Woven Wood Shades
These condensers join together two to four cords on wood, faux wood, Venetian, roman and woven wood blinds. You can use them as a condenser with a pull cord coming out of the bottom or as a tassel.
A Note on Safety
Kids can strangle in blind cords. To make your blinds safer for kids, keep cords out of reach and secure cord and bead chain loops. To learn more, please visit our child safety guide.
Small flathead screwdriver
Step 1 – This condenser can be split apart for installation by using a flathead screwdriver. It can hold two to four strings and the opposite side can accommodate a pull cord.
Step 2 – Raise the blind up all of the way. Cut all of the liftings strings evenly a few inches below the bottom of the window sill.
Step 3 – Thread one half of the condenser onto one of the strings. Tie a knot.
Step 4 – Tie a knot in another string. Keep all of the knots even.
Step 5 – Thread the other half of the condenser on to a different string. Tie a knot.
Step 6 – Tie a knot in the remaining string. Keep all of the knots even.
Step 7 – Snap the two halves of the condenser together keeping the loose knotted strings in the grooves.