Cleaning Your Blinds & Shades in Preparation for the Holiday Season!
Nov 17, 2016
As we approach the Fall holiday season, it might be time do a bit of house cleaning before the guests arrive. Let’s just face it…we see cleaning our blinds as a chore, but it doesn’t have to be.
Cleaning Your Blinds and Shades in Preparation for the Holiday Season!
As we approach the Fall holiday season, it might be time do a bit of house cleaning before the guests arrive. Let’s just face it…we see cleaning our blinds as a chore, but it doesn’t have to be. Dusting and vacuuming your blinds on a regular basis will keep them looking fresh and new for much longer. With these tips, blind cleaning can be easy and painless and will get you ready for your holiday entertaining.
Cleaning Honeycomb Blinds: With the high energy efficiency of the honeycomb blind they are a popular and amazing choice and cleaning them is often times just as easy as using your vacuum dusting attachment. Turn your vacuum on low suction and give your blinds a quick dusting.
Cleaning Roman Shades: Cleaning your roman shades is just as easy as cleaning your honeycombs using the same process. If there are additional stains just spot clean where necessary with a gentle soap and damp cloth.
Cleaning Vertical Blinds: Using a feather duster on a regular basis will keep your verticals looking great. When a deeper cleaning is needed using a gentle cleaner will do just the trick.
Cleaning Wood or Faux Wood Blinds: Treat your wood or faux wood blinds the same way you would your wood furniture. Just close the slats until just almost closed and dust with a soft cleaning cloth, then turn them over and dust the opposite side. Easy as that!
Cleaning Plantation Shutters: Plantation Shutters should be cleaned gently with a soft cleaning duster.
So to sum it up, cleaning blinds is easy and painless when done on a regular basis. We always recommend following the original blind manufacture’s guidelines for care and cleaning. If you have any questions on cleaning your blinds please feel free to stop by the showroom of Blind Corners & Curves in Denver and let our friendly staff answer all your questions.