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Solar shades are very easy to keep clean. They are made from humidity-resistant and moisture-resistant materials so they won’t absorb water. To keep them clean, you simply need to lightly dust them with a feather duster or a damp cloth. Do not use any soaps or cleaners unless you have a tricky stain to remove.

You may also use the gentle attachment of your vacuum to get rid of dust every month or so. If your solar shades have stains, you will be able to get them out with a cloth dampened with warm water. If the stain is a tough one, you may want to mix some gentle liquid dish soap in a bowl of warm water and use that to clean the stain right out.

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Cleaning tips:

  • Do not use harsh or abrasive cleaners or disinfectants
  • Avoid bleach
  • Do not scrub stains out aggressively. Instead, gently rub in a circular motion to lift out stains.


What kind of cleaning cloths work best?
A microfibre cloth will be the safest to use. It is soft and gentle and won’t damage the material. Plus, when microfibre is slightly damp, dust clings to it super well, making it simple to clean. Try to avoid any cloths that have a rough surface.

Can I use bleach?
No. In fact, you should avoid all abrasive cleaners as they can damage the colour or the texture of the solar shade. Instead, choose liquid dish soap mixed with warm water for a gentler clean.

Is vinegar safe to use?
While vinegar can be a great eco-friendly cleaner around the house, it isn’t recommended for solar shades. The acidity in the vinegar could discolour the fabric so it’s best to avoid it, even if it is heavily diluted in lots of water.

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