Coolaroo 18-ft W Sahara Shade Sail

5/5
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$ 107.95    on walmart.com

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The Coolaroo 18-ft W Sahara Shade Sail product was reviewed by 13 real buyers. Customer feedback on the product is 5 out of 5 points.

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Sun Shades work well
5/ 5stars

Purchased 3 sun sail shades for a reading area for the middle school I teach at. They provide much needed relief from the South Florida Sun.

May 04, 2020
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My goats love it
5/ 5stars

Bought this for my goats they are extremely happy.

May 04, 2020
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Perfect shade
5/ 5stars

Great size, like the material as it is not supposed to mildew.

May 04, 2020
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Coolaroo sun sail
5/ 5stars

I bought a 16.5' triangle sail in forest green and use it seasonally here in Texas. After 5 summers of use its appearance is unchanged. It has metal D rings sewn into tough edging which extends all the way around. It is attached to two screw hooks on the house and I installed a removable pole in the yard for the third attach point and use a bungee cord at this point to provide some give in high winds.This sail has reduced the temperature of the deck so much that we can now walk about in its shade without burning our feet on the wood. It also shades the back door hardware from the late afternoon sun so it is no longer hot to touch. Since the doors are full view glass, I expect the the energy saved indoors is appreciable as well.Just very glad to have purchased this sail. Read more

May 04, 2020
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I would certainly buy this product again
5/ 5stars

we use it with overlapping another sail for shade since we had to cut down our tree. It is very durable and attractive. we also have the coolaroo shades and we love them.

May 04, 2020
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Coolaroo sun sail
5/ 5stars

I bought a 16.5' triangle sail in forest green and use it seasonally here in Texas. After 5 summers of use its appearance is unchanged. It has metal D rings sewn into tough edging which extends all the way around. It is attached to two screw hooks on the house and I installed a removable pole in the yard for the third attach point and use a bungee cord at this point to provide some give in high winds.This sail has reduced the temperature of the deck so much that we can now walk about in its shade without burning our feet on the wood. It also shades the back door hardware from the late afternoon sun so it is no longer hot to touch. Since the doors are full view glass, I expect the the energy saved indoors is appreciable as well.Just very glad to have purchased this sail. Read more

May 04, 2020
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Buy your hardware separately!
3/ 5stars

The shade sails look nice and are heavy/sturdy. I haven't had mine up very long, but as long as you take them down for the winter I don't see why they wouldn't last a good 5-10 years if not longer. Be aware, though, that the triangular sails are pretty limited in how much shade they provide, as the tension creates concave edges that noticeably reduce the functional size of the sail. If you have any real space to cover, I think the 18'x18' or 12'x12' are the smallest I'd go. Also be aware that installation is not easy; the digging is rigorous and measuring for proper distribution of tension is beyond my personal level of skill and patience (which is why one-third of each of my triangles is slightly looser than it probably should be). For what it's worth, I put 12' 4x4 pressure-treated lumber 3' into the ground and don't see any indication that wouldn't hold up. I did not have the patience to find or $$ to spend hundreds of dollars on galvanized steel poles, so about $75 of pressurized wood seems to have been a safe risk.If you're sold on a shade sail, my most salient advice is to buy the hardware separately and spend a little extra on it. Two of the three turnbuckles that came with this sail have seized on me after only a few days of installation and occasional tightening/loosening. So now I'm trying to lube them up and replace them before any serious weather comes, because frozen turnbuckes with all this tension otherwise means that I can't get these sails down unless I cut the actual cloth. At the very least, if you use the standard hardware, apply some grease during the initial installation. Read more

May 04, 2020
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Buy your hardware separately!
3/ 5stars

The shade sails look nice and are heavy/sturdy. I haven't had mine up very long, but as long as you take them down for the winter I don't see why they wouldn't last a good 5-10 years if not longer. Be aware, though, that the triangular sails are pretty limited in how much shade they provide, as the tension creates concave edges that noticeably reduce the functional size of the sail. If you have any real space to cover, I think the 18'x18' or 12'x12' are the smallest I'd go. Also be aware that installation is not easy; the digging is rigorous and measuring for proper distribution of tension is beyond my personal level of skill and patience (which is why one-third of each of my triangles is slightly looser than it probably should be). For what it's worth, I put 12' 4x4 pressure-treated lumber 3' into the ground and don't see any indication that wouldn't hold up. I did not have the patience to find or $$ to spend hundreds of dollars on galvanized steel poles, so about $75 of pressurized wood seems to have been a safe risk.If you're sold on a shade sail, my most salient advice is to buy the hardware separately and spend a little extra on it. Two of the three turnbuckles that came with this sail have seized on me after only a few days of installation and occasional tightening/loosening. So now I'm trying to lube them up and replace them before any serious weather comes, because frozen turnbuckes with all this tension otherwise means that I can't get these sails down unless I cut the actual cloth. At the very least, if you use the standard hardware, apply some grease during the initial installation. Read more

May 04, 2020
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Hello Shade!
5/ 5stars

This is the second one I ordered. It is very nice and easy to hang up or take down. The southern side of the house is full sun so this shade sail helps tremendously!

May 04, 2020
Great!!!!
5/ 5stars

Gives us much need shade.Has expanded the outside area's usage.The perfect size and color . You don't even know its there , blends in with the greenery.

May 04, 2020
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