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Got a stain on your roller blinds or are they just overdue a good cleaning? Either way, we have the easiest way to clean your roller blinds at home.

Many roller blinds are made from materials that are easy to clean and may simply just need a wipe with a damp cloth. For cloth-like materials, you can also use a small vacuum cleaner to remove dust or dirt. These two cleaning methods do not require you to take the blinds down, which is one of the many benefits of roller blinds.

If however, you happen to have a tough to remove stain or mark, you can use fabric stain removal products. Be careful with how much stain remover you use as it could fade the colour of the blinds or worse damage the material itself.

It’s important to make sure that you leave your blinds open until they are dry when you are cleaning them with any kind of liquid. If you don’t let them dry fully, there is an increased chance of mould growing on the blinds, which can damage the blinds over time as well as leaving a nasty smell. You can remove this mould by using certain detergents to kill off the mould and stop it spreading. You can also brush the patches of mould off and then leave it to dry out. This can work but can leave behind marks so be careful where you can.

Hopefully, this simple guide can help you clean your roller blinds and restore them back to their original glory. If you are interested in purchasing or learning more about roller blinds, you can find all the information you need on our roller blinds page or you can get in touch with us.