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Simple Curtain Cleaning Tips

There are many kinds of curtain materials, and the cleaning methods of different materials are different. After the curtains have been used for a period of time, they need to be cleaned and maintained to make the curtains look new again. What are the effective curtain cleaning techniques? What are the maintenance methods for curtains of different materials?

Read more on our curtain cleaning tips:

onsite-sheer-curtain-cleaningCotton or Linen Curtain Cleaning

Cotton and linen curtains can be placed directly into the washing machine. In addition to washing detergent, it is best to add a fabric softener, so that the curtains are more smooth after washing. Curtains made from fabrics that are easily shrunk should be dry-cleaned.

Flannel Curtains Cleaning

Flannel curtains are easier to vacuum. In the cleaning, only the curtains can be shaken by hand, so that the dust on the surface will fall naturally, and then soaked in water containing detergent for about 15 minutes. It is best not to use a washing machine to clean the flannel curtains but to handwash and gently press the water out by hand.

Lace Type Curtain Cleaning

Lace curtains are likely to be damage if they are machine washed. When cleaning, you can use a soft brush to remove dust from the surface.

Curtain Maintenance Tips

– For canvas curtains, it is best to use a sponge dampened with warm water to wipe with soapy liquid, and then roll it up after drying.

– When cleaning the velvet fabric, you can first soak the curtain in the neutral cleaning solution, then hand washed, press dry and hang it on the shelf to dry.

– Curtains are best cleaned once every six months.

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