Lehua Kyllikki. Curtains. June 05th , 2017.
Cleaning an outdoor window blind is quite simple. You just need water and a hose to clean it. Cleaning indoor window blinds is a little more time-consuming. Firstly, close the blind so that each slat gets separated. Then dust all the slats with a duster. Clean each individual slat with a wet cloth. If you want them to be spotless, you can take them down and clean with soap and water or other recommended products. You can even use detergent to clean heavy stains on the blinds. You must remember to let the blinds dry completely before putting them in place again.
Another good place to find these curtains and drapes at a lesser price is to keep an eye open for the sales that are held annually or biannually at some high-end department stores. These department stores have a lot of variety and choices in drapes that are sold at discounted prices. If you find a fabric that you really like, purchase a larger amount than you need for the windows. You can use the additional fabric for decorating the trimmings of cushions to coordinate the look of your room. Some department stores also provide the services of a seamstress who will stitch the drapes for you at an extra cost. You just need to give the precise measurements, and you will get your custom-made curtains delivered at your home.
This is how you can have sparkling clean window blinds. Do not be blinded by the dust and grime on your blinds. Tackle them, for you are now equipped with all the knowledge on how that can be done. Cheers!
Make sure the blinds are shut while you do the above. Clean thoroughly under the slats with the fingers. After this, clean the slats by opening and closing the blinds in the opposite direction.
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