Window Blind Cleaning

Window blinds are everywhere. From homes and office buildings, to restaurants, hospitals, universities, military bases, boats and more. Practically any structure that has windows also has window blinds.

Cleaning blinds is one of those household chores that many people forget about. However, when blinds are left neglected, they can become soiled with dust, pet fur and all the other skin cells and dander that float around the home.

Fortunately, cleaning blinds isn’t that difficult of a task. And figuring out how to clean blinds is as simple as knowing what material they are made of. Most are made from either wood or plastic.

Have you ever wondered how to get blinds clean as new? Our trained technicians can care for a wide varity of blinds. Call us at 01707009599 or email.

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The Best Way to Clean All the Blinds

If there’s one chore that seems to be dreaded above all others, we are pretty sure it would be cleaning the blinds. Whether wood, faux wood, fabric, vinyl or aluminum, most of us HATE cleaning the blinds! It’s a time-consuming task.

Faux-wood Blinds

Faux-wood blinds are one of the most popular types of window coverings. If your faux-wood blinds are just dusty, using a vacuum with a dust brush attachment can make cleaning them a breeze. Simply close the blinds all the way, hold the bottom rail, vacuum one side, then turn the blinds the other way and vacuum the other side.

If your faux-wood blinds are in the kitchen however, they may have collected some grease and grime in addition to dust. This calls for a bit more thorough cleaning. Simply fill a small bowl with a mixture of one part white vinegar and one part water, and then use a clean sock or microfiber cloth to dip in the bowl. Turn the blinds one way and wipe them while holding the bottom rail, then turn them the other way and clean the other side.

Wood Blinds

Most wood blinds are treated with a special finish to repel dirt and stains. Wood blinds can be cleaned with a good quality furniture polish and a soft cloth or clean sock. Spray the furniture polish on the cloth and wipe each slat individually. Avoid touching the cords. For heavier cleaning, you can use plain water, but be careful not to saturate the wood. Wipe excess water immediately to prevent spotting, discoloration, or warping.

Fabric Blinds

Dust attracts dirt, which leads to discoloration. So, if you are dusting regularly, you will be OK. To clean and dust fabric blinds, use the dust brush attachment of your vacuum on a low setting.

If you want to wash them and they are flat roller blinds, completely unroll them, vacuum first, then use warm soapy water on a well-wrung-out sponge and wash each side. Then, leave unrolled for a day or two and allow to dry.

Extremely soiled fabric blinds may need professional cleaning.

Vinyl Blinds

Vinyl blinds splattered with grease, such as in a kitchen, require a bit more cleaning than blinds that are simply dusty. Since the blinds are vinyl, they may be washed with a mild soap-and-water solution after vacuuming and dusting them to remove any grimy residue that remains.

Add a squirt or two of mild dishwashing liquid to a bucket of warm water. Close the blinds so the slats face down toward you. Roll up old towels to catch water on the window sill and on the floor in front of the window; then dip a sponge into the soapy water and wipe each slat individually, starting at the top.

Aluminum Blinds

If you have a lot of aluminum blinds in your home, this option can be quite time-consuming, especially if there is greasy grime in addition to the dust.

You can choose to take each set of blinds down at a time and let them soak in your bathtub with a bit of dish soap. Use a soft brush, sponge, or soft mop to go over both sides of the slats. If you have a whirlpool tub, follow the directions for the tub soak, then turn on the jets for a few minutes…no scrubbing needed! After soaking, drain the dirty water and refill the tub with clean water to rinse. Make sure to rinse away all of the soap suds to avoid spotting.

Dust attracts dirt, which leads to discoloration. So, if you are dusting regularly, you will be OK!

Reason Why You Need Window Blinds

Ensure Your Privacy

Window blinds have been popular window treatments options for a number of years. They enable you to ensure your own privacy when you are at home or office. Just lower your blinds by pulling the cord or twisting the wand, and no one can watch you from outside.

Managing the Levels of Light

Window blinds are very useful in managing the levels of light in the house or office. They are also effective method of temperature control. Unlike traditional window treatments such as curtains, window blinds give you complete control over the amount of light that can pass through your windows.

Beauty and Safety

If you want to beautify your house or workplace and want to improve their appeal, then you can set up window blinds. Window blinds come in a wide variety of styles, colors, and patterns. You can choose from a wide range of designs that complement your windows, rooms or your entire home.

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