New awnings are too long - need to shorten!
So, I scored a couple of never-used Zip Dee awnings last summer, and now I'm thinking about doing the installation before it gets to be 120 degrees here.
Both of the awnings are too long (better than too short, I guess!), and someone said there's instructions on how to cut down the roller and fabric to make them the correct size.
I really did try the search function, but I didn't come up with anything.
Does anybody have a link or another clue on how to go about doing this?
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