We love our home.
We love keeping it clean and beautiful.
Every inch of it. Right?
But, when it comes to cleaning it, mmm, it feels like a punishment to all homemakers. Worst of all is cleaning the window blinds. Because blind cleaning is time-taking, laborious, and it is one of the most dreaded chores.
As the makers of one of the most loved best blinds brand in the UK, it’s on our daily chart of things to advise our customers on how to clean blinds with lesser effort and clean them really well too. And this time, we wanted to put all our experience in cleaning window blinds at one place and make your life easy with homemaking.
So, why wait? Let’s go!
There’s something to remember, first!
Not all window blinds are made equal. As they come in different shapes and made of different materials, we need to be careful about how we clean them (and what we clean them with.)
The first step in managing this issue cleverly and saving blinds from damage due to wrong cleaning is to consider all these factors beforehand.
We’ll also consider other critical things, such as why it is not advised to machine wash blinds as you would do for curtains.
So, let’s learn how to clean some of the most used window blinds.
Major Types of Window Blinds
Faux Wood blinds
Types of Material Used in Making Window Blinds
The General Type of Blinds and Material Used -- both need to be considered while cleaning the blinds.
How To Clean Vertical Blinds Most Efficiently
Vertical Blinds are, as the name suggests, are made up of vertical lengths of fabric (natural or synthetic), wood, plastic, or metal.
Of course, blinds are made up of synthetic polyester fabric. However, some blinds manufacturers avoid the fabric completely and use wood, aluminum or vinyl as well.
Firstly, how NOT TO clean vertical blinds: