I did a search and still couldnt find an answer. Question On the hot water baseboard heating units--is there any chance of a fire hazard if you have curtains hanging over and on the baseboard units? This material is flimy material. If not a fire hazard wouldn't it be a hinderance in the heating unit for the heat to get through and do it's job? When I wanted to put the material up higher I was told there was no way it was a hazard but I can't see that there wouldn't be some reason not to do it. Any answers would sure be appreciated. Just to set my mind at ease.
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