How to Clean Venetian Blinds
Venetian blinds cover windows made from thin horizontal pieces of metal, wood, or plastic. They can be moved to adjust the light allowed in [source Dictionary]. Venetian blinds are a trendy choice for window blinds. Venetian blinds not only keep the sun from your eyes but also offer privacy. Venetian blinds don’t need to be completely open or closed like other window shades. You can adjust how much light you would like to let in. One thing you should know about Venetian blinds: dust, dirt, and sticky grease can build upon them. Cleaning them can be difficult [source: Do it Yourself]. Here are some tips for cleaning Venetian blinds.
1. Take the blinds out of the brackets. A step ladder is a good idea to ensure that you have a firm grip on the blinds tops.
2. Warm water should be about 5 inches (11.3 cm) in the bathtub.
3. You can add a detergent or bleach to the water.
4. Put the blinds in the water. To help loosen dirt, you may leave them in the tub overnight.
5. Clean the blinds. Use a soft bristle brush to remove greasy or sticky dirt. You can also use a sponge or cloth to clean the blinds.
6. Drain the tub of all water and fill it with clean water. Rinse the blinds.
7. Drain the water.
8. Place the blinds on the wall by putting them up at one end. Allow them to drain for 30 minutes.
9. Replace the brackets with blinds.
10. Allow them to dry out completely, allowing the slats to be slightly tilted.