|Product Type: Curtain track/Rail||Material Details: Aluminum|
|Assembly Required: Yes||Tools Needed for Assembly: No tools are needed|
|Tools Needed for Installation: Drill, hammer, screwdriver||ASTM Compliant: Yes|
|Installation Required: Yes||Installation Instructions: Attach to brackets with high-quality set screws for a safe and secure installation|
|Additional Parts Required: No||CPSIA or CPSC Compliant: Yes|
|Hardware Material: Stainless steel||Material: Metal|
|Powder Coated Finish: Yes||Water Resistant: Yes|
|Scratch Resistant: Yes||Shatterproof: Yes|
|Rust Resistant: Yes||Fade Resistant: Yes|
|Warp Resistant: Yes||Chip Resistant: Yes|
|Tarnish Resistant: Yes||Lead Free: Yes|
|Handcrafted: Yes||Removable Parts: Yes|
|Compatibility: MTCLBZ/MTCLSN||Commercial Use: Yes|
|Eco-Friendly: Yes||Product Care: Simply wipe clean with damp cloth|
Questions & Answers
BCL Drapery Hardware Madison Curtain Track
looks good, but not usable
William Cook from Austin, TX– Verified Buyer
I like the looks, but the curtains don't move smoothly. Fine if you don't open/close them often. Otherwise get something else.Review this product in 20 words or more...
Cheaply made, not as nice as it looks online....
homesweethome from Oakland, CA
I bought a bunch of these tracks so that I could hang curtains in some ackward spots -- over sliding doors and a very long window (16 foot). The track looks very nice from afar, but it is very cheaply made and I can't imagine that it will hold up for very long. The mounting is very difficult to get up, mostly because of the very cheap aluminum ties (hidden inside the bars at the top). If you are trying to line up multiple bars (they come in 3'10" or 48" lengths, and you get several depending on the total length that you order), it is very difficult to get the flimsy aluminum bar to hold together long enough to get everything screwed in place. Once everything is fastened to studs inside the wall, it is secure though. The most aggravating part of the hardware are the clips. There is a hard plastic ball on the inside of the track that is supposed to allow it to move along the track, but it does not slide easily -- frankly, it is almost impossible to open and close the curtains without a ridiculous amount of effort. I had to use some silicon spray (like WD-40 only lasts longer) inside the track to get the balls to move at all. Unfortunately, the spray will probably eat away at the cheap plastic ball over time. Hopefully, another manufacturer will start producing a higher quality version of this type of curtain track by the time that I need to replace these.