Making a sun shade sail. Apply the solution with a sponge or a very soft brush. Shade sails are a great way to add architectural design to your home garden. For our diy shade sail installation i planned on attaching one side of the sun shade sail to the house and the other side of the shade sail to two wooden poles. When the warm weather comes around its great to make the most of your backyard but with our harsh sun sometimes you want a little extra sun shade and this is when installing a shade sail.
Easy to wash easy to put up or take down and easy to move. Make a sun shade from an old sail. Shade sails are fabric structures like a ships sail hung from anchor points to create an area of shade outdoors. Shade sails look just like the sails of a ship.
Patio sun shade sails use tensioned fabric across 3 or more anchors to a sail in the air to provide shade on the below area. Easy to wash easy to put up or take down and easy to move. Think nautically in size and shape and work with what room you have in your yard or patio. The savings was huge and a sun shade sail was the perfect quick solution to blocking the hot summer sun.
Todays sun shade fabric uses the longest lasting uv protective fabric available. The author recommends using white cotton muslin for the shade sail as it is a light material that will let light through but take the edge off the harsh sunlight. I made this sun shade from an old used sail that i picked up free at a local sail shop last year. Let the solution stand on the fabric for 10 minutes and rinse thoroughly with water from your garden hose.
They protect your family from the harsh rays of the sun and provide for an interesting exterior room outside your home. Place your loops over your hooks and your shade sail is ready to go.