Most people have blinds in their homes, whether they are wood, plastic, or metal. However, over time they can clump into dust, so they often need to be dusted regularly. A fan of the cleaning sensation, Ms Hinch, asked how she could clean her wooden white blinds.
A third replied, “Vacuum the dust with the attachment and then wipe with dryer sheets. Do it once a month.
A fourth wrote: “First the sheets in the dryer, then a damp cloth. “
A fan of Ms Hinch also suggested vacuuming the blinds before using a dryer sheet.
Another said: “I use dryer sheets. “
One person said: “Mine were left behind and were disgusting! I use dry pawn protection sheets.
“They’re amazing! The ones in the kitchen catch stains, so after the dust is out I spray and wipe with flash spray, wipe off and you’re done.
A second user replied, “I give them a vacuum cleaner with the upholstery brush first.
“Then put on a synthetic wool winter glove, spray the blinds with a cleaner of your choice and wipe with your gloved hand or you can rinse the glove with soapy water, wring it out and put it on and wipe the blinds. .
“Comes very well and doesn’t take long, you can spread your fingers and do two or three slates at a time. “
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