• Temporary “peel-and-stick” window shade
  • For light-blocking in arch windows
  • Installs in seconds without screws or brackets via peel-and-stick feature
  • Made of durable paper
  • 72 by 36 inches (width by height)

Product Description: This is the shade to use if you’re looking for a quick, temporary way to block light in an arch window. Redi Shade’s temporary shades feature an attractive pleated design that effectively blocks light and ensures privacy. You can install these shades in literally seconds without nails or brackets-just peel and stick. Made of durable paper. Fits half-circle arch windows of up to 72 inches wide; may be trimmed to fit windows as small as 36 inches wide. . . . More >>

Redi Shade 3362548 Redi Arch White Window Shade, 36-by-72-Inch

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  1. This shade has been a lifesaver this summer. It cuts back on the direct sunlight in the morning, keeping the house cooler. The only thing is the measurements on it were a littl bit off. I wouldn’t have needed to cut it at all.
    Rating: 5 / 5

  2. I purchased a RediShade, which is just a paper fan for all practical purposes, for a small window in an upstairs bedroom and immediately noticed the difference in temperature as the room faces West and was extremely hot during the afternoon hours. It was easy to cut to size using a box cutter, and easy to install with the adhesive backing already on the product.

    I purchased this larger version for a dining room window (which also faces West) and again was relieved with the ease of installation and the immediate solution to a long-standing dilemma. It’s not fancy or elegant in any way but very functional and the cost was perfect for my budget.
    Rating: 5 / 5

  3. My arch is 35 1/2 ” wide ( A )
    Height is 22″ ( B)
    Is this too imperfect ?
    I followed the formula and cut at 71″
    Seems to be a lot of excess
    Any advice ? TIA

  4. I forgot to mention my arch window has vertical sides approx 17″ tall with arch on top. Will it be possible to fit in ? TIA

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