A new report from the Center for Responsible Technology (CRT) found that consumers have been using blinds in the wrong places.
According to the CRT, there are four major ways that blinds are used: on top of a couch, on a door sill, on the ceiling, and on the sides of walls.
The report also found that people use the blinds incorrectly.
According to CRT data, a whopping 80% of consumers said that they would be uncomfortable using blind on the floor or in a bathroom, and 70% of those said that it would be inappropriate to use the material in a kitchen or a bathroom.
The study found that nearly a third of consumers surveyed did not know that a blind is a safe option for safety reasons, while only 25% of respondents knew that it is not.
“We’ve learned a lot about how we use the internet, but not enough about the ways that we actually use the web,” CRT CEO Josh Shapiro told The Daily Beast.
Shapiro pointed out that it was a good thing that people were using blind when it comes to safety, because the blind is “so much easier to operate than the regular ones, because it’s a lot safer.”
“It’s a way to make things safer, to make them more secure and to make sure you’re not going to have a big accident,” he said.
But while the research is encouraging, Shapiro cautioned that the best place to start is with the blind itself.
“There’s no substitute for being able to see through a blind,” he told The Verge.
“The blind is great, but it’s not perfect.”