Blinds and shades are easy to maintain and if maintained correctly they’ll never lose their charm for a very long time. This same goes to Korean Blinds, Sunscreen Blinds and Blackout Blinds. Indoor Blinds are very easy to maintain as we can just clean it without removing them.
Below are the ways to clean Indoor Blinds:
1）When it comes to cleaning fabric blinds, your vacuum will be your most handy tool. Use the dust brush of your vacuum to gently remove the dust and dirt that has accumulated on your blinds.
Another tool to replace vacuum, use your hair dryer to blow away those dust, dirts or tiny bugs that have built in the fabrics. The hair dryer must be in a “cool” setting.
2）If you want another easier way to clean it, you may use a feather duster instead of vacuum. Both works the same. You can easily wipe off the dust by using it. In fact, the dust that builds on the blinds naturally doesn’t stay stuck to the feather duster, which is very helpful and hassle-free.
3) If you would like to have a deep cleaning, you may use a soft cloth or sponge. Prepare a warm water and a little soft detergent, mix both together. Use the soft cloth or sponge as the brush to wipe off the dirts or dust from the back and front of your blinds. To spot clean, use a damp rag and dab at the spots. Remember, do not rub!
4) One last thing which we always neglect unintentionally. The final step when cleaning your blinds is to make sure to clean the pulley strings, because these can easily be discolored by dirt or sun damage. Soak a soft cloth or sponge in a mixture of warm water and soft detergent. It would be better if you use the fabric-safe cleaning solution. Use this to grip the pulley strings.
Things you need to know!
Avoid using bleach, a strong acidic detergent to clean the blinds as it can ruin the fabric.