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How to Clean Window Blinds

Raj Kain
Publication date:
November 13, 2020
Article Summary: 

This blog post provides advice on how to clean window blinds and shades routinely. The author warns against using harsh chemicals or abrasive tools, which can damage certain types of window treatments. The post covers different cleaning techniques for slatted blinds, shades made of flat or pleated fabric, and cellular shades. The author also provides guidance on how to clean yellowed white slatted blinds or heavily stained fabric shades by soaking them in a mixture of bleach and water. By following the guidelines provided in this post, readers can ensure that their window treatments are clean and free of dust, pet fur, dead skin cells, and dander, which can affect the air quality in their homes.


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Raj Kain
How to Clean Window Blinds
November 13, 2020
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