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Linings is one thing you should pay great attention to. Because most damage to the shade sail will start here. The edges of the shade sail can either be turned-and-sewn, or layered with dual bands of sturdy nylon or other materials. When choosing from these two, it is best to go for the latter. See, one problem with turned-and-sewn edges is that the threads start to fray after several months of being used. This fraying can be caused by the stretching that the shade sail is experiencing, or because of low quality threads. Lined edges are better because they are able to handle a minimum amount of stretching pretty well.