Window blinds are a useful tool for keeping out harsh sunlight and the prying eyes of nosy neighbors, but they also are collectors of dirt
Cleaning Blinds doesn't Have to be a Challenge
While house cleaning, you probably dust the furniture, sweep and mop the floors, and vacuum the carpeting. If you’re performing a deep clean, then you also tackle the bathroom, kitchen, and laundry room. But, there is a very important area of your home you may be missing, and that’s the blinds. Your window covers are dust magnets, and routine blinds cleaning is essential to ensure that your home is free of allergens. If you ever pull them up and a poof of dustiness fills the air, they are overdue. We put together all the blind cleaning information you need to get those window coverings back in tip-top shape.
We have simple blinds cleaning methods to remove everyday dirt and dust from vinyl, metal, fabric, and aluminum slats. Learn how to clean vertical and horizontal blinds with and without removing them from the window. Clean them in place with a hairdryer, vacuum cleaner hose, and homemade cleaner spray, take them outside for mess-free cleaning or soak the blinds in a bathtub of soapy water. Discover how to make a grease stain remover with white vinegar to clean kitchen blinds.
Window blinds come in many different sizes and materials, but their purpose remains the same: to control the quantity of light coming into a room.
Window coverings such as metal blinds are a magnet for debris and dust, and cleaning the slats of the blinds is not the easiest task
Like the other surfaces in your house, window blinds collect dust and dirt and need to be cleaned on a regular basis. When it comes