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Use a feather duster to clean the outer layer of your sheer shades on a weekly basis. You may use a vacuum with a gentle brush attachment or a hair dryer on a cool setting only to get rid of dust in between the two layers of fabric. Make sure the hair dryer is set to cool as heat can warp, damage, or even melt the delicate material of your sheer shades.

Cleaning tips:

  • Do not apply heat to your sheer shades
  • Spot treat with mild dish soap and water only
  • Never use bleach or stain remover to get rid of tough stains

FAQs

How do I keep my sheer shades from yellowing?
Light coloured fabrics do tend to yellow over time. To minimize this, be sure to get rid of dust on the outer layer and dust that builds up between the slats regularly. During the day, you may also want to lift your sheer shades up completely so the sunlight does not discolour the material quickly.

Can I bleach my yellow sheer shades?
Our sheer shades should maintain their bright white finish for years to come. If you do notice yellowing, you should not turn to bleach. This can damage the material. Instead, use a mild dish soap or detergent mixed with warm water and wash them by hand using a microfibre cloth. Lay them flat to dry and avoid applying heat to dry them faster. Never iron your sheer shades.

How do I remove stains from my sheer shades?
Due to the delicate fabric, it is best to gently blot out stains using a mixture of mild detergent and warm water. Do not rub vigorously as it can snag the material and even damage it beyond repair. Instead, be sure to carefully lift the stain out in order to preserve the fabric.
 

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