Care and Maintenance - The Blindman

Care and Maintenance of Blinds

Wood Blinds:

Wood blinds should be treated as you do any wood furniture. You should dry dust your blinds often. You can also use the vacuum brush attachment, tilting your blinds one way, swiping the brush attachment over it, and then tilting the blind the next way and doing the same. You can follow this with a soft rag and furniture polish. A toothbrush and furniture polish can be used for those hard to reach areas. And don’t forget to wipe off the strings!

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Composite Wood Blinds:

Unlike their real wood counterpart, composite blinds can be cleaned with a light spray of water and a dry rag. You can also use a mild cleaning solution to combat bacteria. You can clean the strings with a damp rag.

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Simple yet elegant white wood blinds

Aluminum Blinds:
Aluminum blinds can be dusted or washed with most common household cleaning product. The slats can be easily wiped down with a damp rag. You can also use the brush attachment to the vacuum to remove dust.

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Care and Maintenance of Shades 

Cellular Shades:

The best way to clean cellular shades is with the brush attachment on your vacuum. Thanks to the anti-static property of cellular shades, you should only need light touch ups to keep your cellular shades looking their best!You can use a compressed air can to blow any sort of debris out of the cell part of your shade, as needed.
Make sure to not crush or wrinkle the fabric!

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Comfortex Color Lux Cellular Shades in Grey

Roller Shades:

Because of their flat surface, roller shades can be easily wiped down or vacuumed. You can use the brush attachment on your vacuum or a damp rag.

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Roman Shades:

Much like cellular shades, the best way to clean a roman shade is to use the brush attachment on your vacuum. This way you can still hold the beautiful shape of your roman shade, but also ensure that they are dust free. If needed, you can use a slightly damp cloth to wash off specific areas of the shade. Make sure you blot the fabric completely dry to avoid watermarks

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Care and Maintenance of Shutters

Wood Shutters:

Dry dust your premium wood plantation shutters with a soft cloth frequently. This will prevent build up and keep your shutters looking wonderful for many years to come! You can also use a soft cloth with a spray furniture polish. You can use a toothbrush and furniture polish to clean in the hard to reach areas, like around the tilt bar. Avoid using water on your premium wood shutters to avoid any sort of warping or cracking.

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White Shutters

 

Poly Shutter:

Unlike wood shutters, you can use a slightly damp rag on poly wood shutters. The vinyl shell doesn’t warp like a wood shutter would. You can also use a toothbrush and warm soapy water to clean the hard to reach places. You should also be dusting your shutters frequently to keep them looking their best!

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