Window and Blind Cleaning

Written by Imraan on . Posted in Cleaning Tips

A recent survey among households ascertained cleaning window treatments is a very unpopular part of spring cleaning. More than thirty per cent of respondents said this is their least favourite aspect of cleaning.

If you are among the thirty per cent of people who don’t like cleaning their window treatments, here are some tips to help make the job easier.

If you don’t have a brush attachment to vacuum your blinds, try wearing a pair of cotton mittens or socks and running them over your blinds. By tilting slats down on window blinds, but not closing, you’ll be able to clean most of the top surface of each slat. Cellular shades can be cleaned with a feather duster. Faux wood blinds can be cleaned with a slightly damp cloth.

Make sure to test a small area when using water and detergent to clean fabric shades. Choose a spot that is not in main view. Wipe your blinds with a sheet of fabric softener after you’ve cleaned them. This will help prevent dust build-up for the next cleaning. Your hard work will pay off when your blinds are dust-free and allergen-free and refreshed for another year. Good Luck with it. And remember; for all your office cleaning Sydney city needs, contact Paladin Cleaning Service.

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