How To Clean Wooden Blinds
Whilst they look amazing in your home, wooden blinds are unfortunately prone to gathering dust and require regular cleaning to maintain their appearance. In this cleaning guide, we will walk you through how to keep your wooden blinds looking immaculate all year round.
What To Avoid When Cleaning Wooden Blinds
First, a note on what you should absolutely seek to avoid when cleaning your wooden blinds. Wooden blinds are particularly intolerant to excess moisture, which can cause them to warp out of shape. Cleaning your wooden blinds with liquid cleaners can also cause any varnish they are treated with to flake or peel, ruining their appearance – you should therefore avoid the use of liquid cleaners and water when cleaning your wooden blinds.
The exception to the rule: if you encounter a particularly stubborn stain on your wooden blinds, you can attempt to remove it by rubbing at the affected area lightly with a damp cloth. Avoid rubbing too hard, as this can cause damage to the varnish.