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  • How To Clean The Window Blind?

    The great advantage of using the window blinds is to cover the window with great convenience and appearance. But, let's not forget that it is very important to always maintain its cleanliness. Cleaning the window blinds will depend on the amount of dust deposited on it. If there's a small coating of dust, a mere dusting with a moist of cloth is enough. This method has a great advantage because the dust will not be released into the air, plus it is more safe and inexpensive. Read more info here: http://www.costuless.com.ph

    Do you know that the best and the cheapest way to clean the window blinds needs only some white vinegar? Yes, with the help of a cotton glove or an old sock, you can dip your fingers in a container holding a vinegar. Then, you can squeeze out the excess vinegar. Now, you may run your fingers along both sides of the first slat to wipe out all dust. After finishing a few slats, you may remove the dust or slime from the sock, dip it in vinegar again and go over the remaining slats.

    For fabric and vinyl blinds, you may use a rubber dry sponge to remove the dust. Vinyl blinds can be taken outside and cleaned. You should ensure that you secure first the floor with enough towels before placing the blinds on it for cleaning to prevent any scratching. After washing the blinds with an extra care, you may hang them out to dry and then re-hang them on the windows. In the case of fabric blinds, if they are extremely dirty, you can take them to a dry cleaner who specializes in window treatments.

    You should always remember that when washing wood blinds, you shouldn't over saturate the wood. You should wipe the excess water off immediately to avoid discolouring. Also, it is good to vacuum blinds often with a brush attachment, but you should do it across the slats and not up and down. Whatever cleaner you use, makes sure that there is no contact with your eyes and do not prolong the contact in your skin. Lastly, if you wipe down the slats of the blinds with fabric softener sheets after cleaning and drying them, you can postpone the dust build-up. This will give you a fresh and pleasant smell to the blinds.
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    Last edited by AndreaGo; 12-18-2014, 05:15 PM.

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    Really nice article thanks! I remember how it was difficult to clean the plastic window blind. I even can not imagine how some housewifes clean the textile materials. I think it's much easier to call the special cleanning service and ask them to it. As an example I know this company https://www.xn--flyttstdningistockholm-64b.nu/ in Stockholm. They do all things in time with not high price. Economy of my time, my health and my psychology I guess. While they clean I'm doing my casual things

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