Retractable Room Divider – Environment retractable separators are useful when you want to temporarily cordon off an area. Having one installed can be expensive, so save some money by creating your own. Curtains or large pieces of fabric provide a low cost solution. Measure the width of the Rooma at the point where you want to shrink the divisor. Measure the height from floor to ceiling as well. Use measurements to select the right size curtains or pieces of cloth.
Locate the wall studs at points where you are installing the retractable room divider separator environments by running a stud finder across the surface. Mark the location. Create a small pilot hole in the wall, 1 inch below the ceiling in the stud farm. Make another pilot hole in the opposite wall, also in a stud. Screw one eyehook in each pilot hole. Use eyehooks that can accommodate at least 20 pounds.
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Measure the length between the two opposing eyehooks. Add 8 inches to the number. Measure and cut a piece of curtain wire high voltage to this length. Insert the end of high voltage wire curtain in a eyehook, bending over 4 inches and use a metal cable clip to secure. Repeat the process on the other eyehook, pulling the thread tight. Hang curtains or fabric wire by clipping into place with a row of clips curtain for retractable room divider. Pull the fabric to divide the room and pull it to retract.