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Shades & Blinds Maintenance

Complying with our Shades & Blinds Maintenance suggestions will guarantee stress-free service from your Aluminum Blinds, Array Shades, Faux Blinds, Honeycomb Shades, Roller Shades, Sheer Shades, Vertical Blinds, and Wood Blinds.

Keep your Shades clean by doing routine maintenance. A little maintenance once a week will prevent a major cleaning project.

Array, Honeycomb, Roller, & Sheer Shades Maintenance

  • Remove all dust from your Array, Honeycomb, Roller, & Sheer with a hairdryer.
  • Clean the Shade with a vacuum with a soft upholstery brush attachment when possible. Test a small unnoticeable spot first to confirm further cleaning is allowable with your shade fabric. Carefully vacuum both sides of the shade taking caution not to snag the shade itself.
  • Further deep cleaning of your shades can be done by a professional shade cleaner.

Keep your Blinds clean by doing routine maintenance. A little dusting with a feather duster once a week will prevent a major cleaning project.

Aluminum, Faux, and Vertical Blinds Maintenance

  • Remove all dust from your Aluminum, Faux, or Vertical blinds with a feather duster.
  • After you have removed the dust from your Aluminum, Faux, or Vertical Blinds, simply use a soft damp cloth and a non-abrasive cleaning substance such as orange oil to wipe them down. Do not scrub the blinds.
  • Do not spray the cleaning substance directly onto the blinds. Spray the cleaning substance into the soft damp cloth and then wipe the blinds down gently after testing a small unnoticeable spot first to confirm further cleaning is allowable with your blinds.

Wood Blinds Maintenance

  • Remove all loose dust from your Wood Blinds with a feather duster.
  • Use the dry method to clean your Wood Blinds. After you have removed the dust from your Wood Blinds, simply use a non-abrasive soft cloth to wipe them down. Do not scrub the blinds.
  • Never immerse Wood Blinds in water. Warpage will occur when wood absorbs moisture. As a reminder, wood is a natural product and its natural reaction is to expand upon contact with water.

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