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Faux wood blinds are among the most durable and easiest to clean. Unlike wood blinds, they are not susceptible to moisture damage. You can clean your faux wood blinds much like you clean your wood blinds. You may use a damp cloth to dust more easily. However, you should avoid harsh or abrasive cleaning products. Stay away from chemical products that contain solvents. Instead, use plain water to wash away the dust, dirt, and grime. 

Turn your slats to a 45-degree angle and gently wipe both sides of each slat to prevent an accumulation of dust on your horizontal blinds. You may also use the gentle vacuum attachment for a deeper clean.

Cleaning tips:

  • Dust each slat from top to bottom with a damp cloth
  • Avoid solvents or harsh chemical products as they can damage the finishing
  • Do not use an abrasive sponge

FAQs

How do I get tough stains off my faux wood blinds?
If you have young children or pets, your windows blinds are probably subject to loads of mishaps. If you get stains on them, from food to finger paint, you can use a soft cloth with a little bit of warm water (mixed with a small amount of liquid dish soap) to help gently rub your stains away.

How can I disinfect my faux wood blinds?
If your faux wood blinds are in a spot like the kitchen or bathroom, you may want to disinfect them from time to time. You can use a solution made from one part vinegar and two parts water to safely disinfect them without damaging the finish of your faux wood blinds.

How often can I deep clean my faux wood blinds?
Ideally, you should stick to a damp cloth for cleaning your faux wood blinds on a regular basis. Try to keep deep cleaning with vinegar to a minimum – no more than two to three times per year.
 

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