Cleaning Venetian Blinds

by Patricia
(Calgary, Alberta, Canada)

What suggestions do you have for cleaning venetian blinds other than throwing them out.


Thank you

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Jan 04, 2013
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Blind Cleaning
by: Raymond F. Rodriguez

I had series of process in blind cleaning. I've got those tips on the internet and I've been using those process for quiet a year now. Blinds are hard and difficult to clean and you must have enough knowledge to do the cleaning.

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Mar 28, 2008
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Cleaning
by: TR

I've not tried the vinegar (but I will ;) )....

I put them in the bathtub and use a scrub brush with a long handle to save wear and tear on my back. Thanks for reminding me that they need done. sigh......



Jan 03, 2008
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Cleaning Question
by: Grandma

Hi Patricia,

Venetion blinds are a tough job to clean but I have found that the easiest way to get them looking bright and white again is using a mix of a cup of white distilled vinegar in a gallon of warm water will do the trick. It's a slow tidious job but the vinegar will cut through the grease and grim, make sure you dry them too!

If anybody else has any suggestions don't be shy and give your tips too!

Grandma

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