Are your woven wood shades looking dusty or dirty? We’ll show how to clean your shades the right way - without damaging them. Let’s get started.
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<p>Are your woven wood shades looking dusty or dirty? We’ll show how to clean your shades the right way - without damaging them. Let’s get started. </p> <p>Here’s what you need: a vacuum with a hose attachment, a microfiber cloth, and dusting spray</p> <p>Woven wood materials can vary greatly, so be careful when cleaning and give us a call if you’re not sure how to proceed. </p> <p>If your shades are dusty, remove dust from the crevices in the fabric with the brush attachment on your vacuum. Gently sweep the brush attachment across the fabric until it’s clean. </p> <p>Do not use water, or harsh cleaners on woven wood shades. These can damage lift strings, materials, or cause discoloration. </p> <p>If your shades are made of wood slats or bamboo, you may be able to wipe them down with a lint-free cloth and furniture polish. Always spray the polish on the cloth first and then wipe down your shades rather than spraying the material itself. </p> <p>Have more questions? Call us at 800-505-1905 to speak to a Blinds.com expert about your issue. </p> <div><br /></div>