An important aspect pertaining to French Return Rods has to do with the how they are constructed. It’s important that the curve in the return portion of the rod is continuous if you want to have your curtain panels open and close without getting hung-up on a splice located in the curve of the return portion of the rod. It can be aggravating to attempt to close a grommet panel and have one or more grommet openings get hung-up this way.
Another important aspect with French Return Rods has to do with the wall thickness of the rod itself. The old saying “you get what you pay for” applies here, and you don’t want to get a rod that is susceptible to bowing or bending from heavier drapery panels or under excessive traversing conditions.
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Recently, Menagerie developed an innovative passing bracket (VP-Passing Bracket), that allows baton pull panels to pass over a French Rod center support bracket at multiple angles. This bracket allows you to extend the length of a French Return Rod and wand pull a one-way drapery panel that can stack on either side of the rod.
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