Guide to Cleaning Wooden Blinds
Once installed the wooden blinds will last a long time and if you use the proper techniques to clean them, you will save time and give you even more useful life time. Often, just sliding a clean, dry cloth around the blind during the week and a more extensive cleaning on weekends is enough to keep your wooden blinds looking like new.
Wooden blinds can be cleaned in a variety of ways, including vacuum cleaner. Soft microfiber towels work well. Each of these methods guarantees that dust is picked up and kept blinds slats properly.
If your wood blinds are installed to a high window in particular, use a step ladder so you can reach the highest level. Make sure you are secure and don’t need to hold the blinds for support, you can fall and pulling them down!
Check for stains on your wooden blind. If they are not removed, try a very moderate detergent or a wood cleaner. Once you’ve banished the stain, make sure to dry and moist areas as possible completely.
When cleaning with a vacuum cleaner, use a brush accessory that will gently remove dust and dirt. The soft brush bristles perform the technique without the risk of damage! Adjust the blind to a closed position, so the slats sit on top of each other closely. The slats should never be pressured, simple adjusted using the cord mechanism provided.
Once adjusted, you can start cleaning your wooden blind then vacuum-cleaning from the beginning to the end of the slats. Once complete, reverse the position of your blinds so you can repeat the process on the other side of the slats.