Taking Care of Your Blinds - Conservatory Blinds Limited

Taking Care of Your Blinds

Posted: 10 Jan 2018

Blinds in a conservatory can be harder to keep clean than other blinds. This is simply because the conservatory itself can be more likely to attract dust and insects; compared to other rooms of the house. Because of our years of experience with blinds for conservatories we are well aware of this problem, and have developed a range of blinds that are designed to be easy cleaning. All of the tensioned Pleated, Duette® and Pinoleum blinds that we sell use our own exclusive pure™ rail which, alongside being an extremely neat way to fit blinds into the frame of a conservatory. We also design the blinds to be removable. That way it’s easy to remove the blinds and clean the fabric directly; as well as shake out any debris that get caught behind the blinds over time.

Cleaning Your Blinds

To take it even further, the Solar Design™ fabrics we use in our pure™ Pleated Blinds are also washable. This is by either rinsing it off with a shower head; or by immersing it in a pH-neutral cleaning fluid for a deeper clean. This is different to most other fabrics used in conservatory blinds, which cannot be cleaned to such a degree. Even the fabrics labelled as ‘Easy Care’  means the customer can only wipe them down using warm water. As, anything stronger will then damage the fabric.

Cleaning your Blinds in a Conservatory

Taking care of your blinds is essential. So, we have ensured our Care & Maintenance booklet contains all the relevant information.  We provide to all our customers after installation, with more detailed demonstrations – including videos – available in our online customer area. When taking care and cleaning the blinds, they can look like new in years to come. 

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