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Aspiration Blinds’ Favourite Products for Cleaning Blinds

Cleaning blinds is a crucial part of maintaining their beauty and functionality. Here at Aspiration Blinds, a trusted shade and shutter installation company in the North West, we understand the importance of proper blind maintenance. 

In this comprehensive guide, we will explore the best products available for cleaning blinds, while highlighting how modern blinds have become easier to clean. 

By following our tips and utilising these top products, you’ll achieve a spotless shine that enhances the aesthetics of your blinds.

Microfibre Cloths: Gentle and Effective

Microfibre cloths are a must-have tool for blind cleaning. Their fine fibres attract and capture dust particles without scratching the surface. Simply use a dry microfibre cloth to wipe along the slats, removing loose dust and debris. 

For a deeper clean, dampen the cloth slightly with water or a mild cleaning solution. Microfibre cloths are versatile, durable, and easily washable, making them ideal for regular blind maintenance.

Feather Dusters: Quick and Convenient

Feather dusters are excellent for quick and easy dusting of blinds. They delicately whisk away surface dust without the need for additional cleaning products. To use, gently run the feather duster along each slat, ensuring you reach both sides. 

This method is especially useful for maintaining blinds on a regular basis and preventing the accumulation of dust.

Vacuum Cleaners with Brush Attachments: Deep Cleaning Made Easy

For blinds that require a more thorough cleaning, a vacuum cleaner with a soft brush attachment is highly effective. Start by closing the blinds and using the brush attachment, gently run it across each slat from top to bottom. 

This method removes loose dirt and dust that may have settled between the slats. Vacuuming is particularly useful for fabric blinds or blinds in high-traffic areas that accumulate more dirt.

Blind Cleaning Tools: Specialised Solutions

Blind cleaning tools are specifically designed to simplify the cleaning process. They typically consist of a handle with microfibre sleeves that fit over the slats, allowing you to clean multiple slats at once. 

These tools enable quick and efficient cleaning, saving you time and effort. Some models even come with adjustable arms, making it easier to clean blinds in hard-to-reach areas. Investing in a blind cleaning tool can greatly streamline your blind maintenance routine.

Vinegar and Water Solution: Natural and Effective

For blinds that require a deeper clean, a vinegar and water solution is a natural and cost-effective option. Mix equal parts white vinegar and water in a spray bottle. Lightly spray the solution onto a microfibre cloth or sponge and gently wipe each slat. 

The acidity of vinegar helps break down grease and grime, leaving your blinds clean and refreshed. Remember to wring out excess moisture from the cloth or sponge to prevent damage to your blinds.

Mild Dish Soap Solution: Tackling Stubborn Stains

For blinds that have accumulated stains or stubborn dirt, a mild dish soap solution can work wonders. Fill a basin or sink with warm water and add a small amount of mild dish soap. Dip a microfibre cloth or sponge into the solution, squeeze out excess water, and gently wipe each slat. 

Be careful not to oversaturate the blinds, as excessive moisture can damage certain types of blinds. Rinse the cloth or sponge regularly to avoid spreading dirt or soap residue.

Modern Blinds: Easier to Clean and Maintain

It’s worth mentioning that modern blinds have been designed with convenience in mind. Many blinds now feature materials and finishes that are resistant to dust, stains, and fading. For example, faux wood blinds and aluminium blinds are known for their easy-to-clean surfaces. 

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Here at Aspiration Blinds, with over 10 years of expertise crafting and installing the finest blind and shutter technology, we offer our services for indoor or outdoor projects on both commercial and private locations. 
If you need any guidance on our products and systems, or would like to book a free home appointment, please don’t hesitate to contact us today!

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