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    I've bought a standard plastic curtain track which will sit behind our main curtain rail. This track will hold a small width of curtain which will stay in place when the main curtain is drawn over and back. So it's basically a dress curtain.

    The brackets that came with the track make the track protrude to close to the main curtain rail so it will make it quite awkward to pull the main curtain back and forth and it will end up catching on the curtain behind.

    Im just wondering if its possible to buy a smaller width bracket for this kind of track so it fits closer to the wall.

    if anyone can advise me I would be very grateful thank you.
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    I'm sorry but you mentioned the word " Plastic track " that's prob why you have had 225 views and no reply..

    there are tracks out there that cope with both and sit very neatly on one track. In metal!! have a search and please if you want it work right you do need to spend abit of money.

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    • #3
      Thanks for your reply.

      Im sorry I dont understand where Ive gone wrong with the wording "plastic track"??

      I dont wont them sitting on one track as I have a main curtain and valance track for that which I paid over £60 for!

      I wanted the small width, dress curtain to sit behind the main curtain and this will stay in one position so I just wanted a simple track that would fit as close to the wall as possible and these plastic tracks are ideal for that but as the main curtains are heavily lined, then they just slightly catch on these behind.

      Its ok now as my husband has put a small, plastic washer behind the track so the screws go through this and the track is only mm's away from the wall.

      The curtain is a small width so Ive used adhesive velcro on the plastic track and velcro header tape which does the job nicely.

      I'll take a photo and put it on here soon.
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      • #4
        Originally posted by chickab View Post
        Thanks for your reply.

        Im sorry I dont understand where Ive gone wrong with the wording "plastic track"??

        I dont wont them sitting on one track as I have a main curtain and valance track for that which I paid over £60 for!

        I wanted the small width, dress curtain to sit behind the main curtain and this will stay in one position so I just wanted a simple track that would fit as close to the wall as possible and these plastic tracks are ideal for that but as the main curtains are heavily lined, then they just slightly catch on these behind.

        Its ok now as my husband has put a small, plastic washer behind the track so the screws go through this and the track is only mm's away from the wall.

        The curtain is a small width so Ive used adhesive velcro on the plastic track and velcro header tape which does the job nicely.

        I'll take a photo and put it on here soon.
        what make is it? Probably best to post a pic up
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