How to install face fix curtains

How to install face fix curtains

Installations can vary slightly so be sure to follow the instructions carefully on the sheet provided.

Your curtains will arrive ready to go so it’s a good idea to first check you have all the parts by identifying them on the instruction sheet provided.

Joining your track

Tracks over certain widths will need to be joined together with the joining component supplied.

a. First, slide the joiner piece half way through one length of track.

b. Slide the second length of track over the exposed half of the joiner.

c. Some force may be required to connect the two track segments

Face Fix

Step 1

Position two brackets approximately 150mm from either end of the track. Fasten these brackets to the wall with screws (appropriate for your wall material), ensuring the brackets are level. Position and fasten any remaining brackets between the end brackets evenly.

NOTE: If you’re fixing your curtains onto plaster board, ensure the brackets are being secured to wall studs.



The very top of the bracket should line up with the drop measurement you provided us in your order.

*We have made a 15mm deduction to allow for the track. This does not affect the fixing point of your bracket.

Fasten the screws in the centre of the side bracket holes. This will allow you to adjust the bracket up and down to achieve the perfect drop.

Step 2

a. Clip the track into the brackets by securing the back of the track between the metal and the plastic clip.

b. Gently fasten into place with the underside screw.

c. Clip the bracket caps over the brackets.



Connect the hand wand to the dedicated runner on the opening side of your track. For S-fold curtains the dedicated runner will appear different from the rest. For a pinch pleat curtain, reserve the second runner for your wand.

The clip on the wand can sometimes be stiff. If this is the case, gently use pliers to pry it open so it can be attached to the runner.

Hanging your curtains


To hang your S-fold curtain, use the hooks on the back of the curtain to loop through the curtain runners.

To achieve the wave effect with S-fold curtains, make sure the waves are of even depth in front and behind the track. If some waves look ‘shallow’ then gently push that fold back so it creates a deeper wave at the rear.



Start the hanging process from the curtain stacking side, with the edge of the curtain pointing towards the window


Pinch pleat

To hang your pinch pleat curtain, simply use the hooks on the back of the curtain to loop through the curtain runners.

If you require more runners, simply unscrew the end cap of the track and load in as many as you require.


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