Ziptrak® Interior Motorised Blinds

User Guides - Ziptrak® Interior Motorised

1. Operating Your Blinds

After Installation
Your motorised Ziptrak® interior blind is immediately ready for use with remote controls upon installation and no other configuration is required.

As the blind has been rolled up for storage and transportation, you may see crease lines on the fabric immediately after installation. If so, simply leave the blinds down for a few days, so that the material may settle.

Operating Your Blinds
Ziptrak’s motorised blinds can be operated with the remote control provided. You can operate specific blinds or all blinds simultaneously. Refer to the remote control instructions for operating guidance. Motorised blinds cannot be hand-operated. Doing so may damage your blind.

2. Cleaning & Maintenance

With correct cleaning and usage, Ziptrak® blinds will look great and function properly for years.

The Ziptrak® Interior system and hardware can be matched with a variety of interior blind fabrics. The skin material ‘fabric’ is not a product of Ziptrak Pty Ltd. Please speak with your retailer to receive complete care instructions for cleaning and maintenance from the relevant manufacturer.

In general, Ziptrak® blinds should not require additional lubrication as part of regular maintenance. However, in dusty and seafront locations, you may wish to add lubricant approximately once a year to assist in the continued smooth operation of the blind.

Only use non-oil-based silicone spray, such as “Specialist High Performance Silicon Lubricant” from the WD-40 company. To apply, lower the blind all the way; evenly apply the spray in the groove between the spline and the track. Do this for the exterior of the blind only, on both the left and right sides. After lubrication, open and close the blind several times to evenly distribute the silicone spray within the track.

! DO NOT use any oil-based lubricants, such as WD-40 Multi-Use Product, as this will damage the spline tape and clog any dust that may be within the track.

3. How to & Troubleshooting

Windy Conditions
Ziptrak® Interior Blinds is a finely engineered solution for home privacy. To extend the life of your system please adhere to the following instructions.

Care must be taken when operating the blinds whilst the window is open, in this case, the blind should be left partially raised to reduce the pressure caused by wind currents, especially when having blackout blinds. Avoid closing the blind completely when the window is open. Installation is crucial to determining the performance of your blind.

Interior Blinds should not be left at a half-height (for ventilation) unless you have purchased the Ventimesh material.

For further information, please speak with your retailer.

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