Keeping Office Blinds Clean
Whether your staff will be arriving to work at the office every day, every so often, or working from home at their home offices, we can expect professional affairs to meet a variety of challenges as the year comes to a close. No matter where your team will be basing their operations, it will be essential to keep work environments healthy and clean for all involved as this can affect all aspects of professional activities.
With this in mind, we have decided to share some of our experience and accumulated knowledge on the subject of keeping office blinds clean. Office blinds are rarely the primary task when it comes time to deep clean the office, for this reason, they are often neglected during weekly cleans. But as darker evenings draw near and your staff will go many hours without seeing daylight, what little light can shine through your windows will be bringing that essential slice of Vitamin D that can keep the mood light and fluffy.
So, let’s get to dusting! Here are our top tips on getting this important task done right!
How to clean office roller blinds
The cleaning products you choose to apply to your roller blinds should feature suitable materials, be sure to check these labels before you begin scrubbing your blinds to ensure no damage is done.
For a quick clean, simply unroll the blind, lightly spritz with an appropriate cleaner, and wipe away with a cloth. Repeat this process on the other side of the blind as well. For a deeper clean, you can take the blind off the wall and drop it in a bath of water and a mild detergent. Allow the blind to soak for a full 1-2 minutes and hang it out to dry. After it has dried fully, reattach the blind to the window.
How to clean Venetian blinds
These can be especially difficult blinds to clean because of the rows of vertical slats. The easiest way to accomplish this task is with a feather duster or microfiber duster. If you are looking for convenience, there are dedicated “Venetian blind cleaners” that make this task easy by dusting multiple slats at one time. If your Venetian blinds are sticky, greasy, or require deeper cleaning, use a damp cloth and a spritz of the all-purpose disinfecting cleaning agent.
How to clean office vertical blinds
You will want to choose your cleaning products by their suitability for the materials from which your vertical blinds are made. Equipped with your newly discovered information, you will then be able to perform the best cleaning possible. Most often, this involves dusting and wiping the sides of each panel with a soft fabric. If no damage will be incurred, you could try vacuuming the sides of each blind — a brush attachment will work very well.
If you are looking to provide an extra cleaning, you should begin with proper dusting and even vacuuming. Then spot washes any specific areas that will need that. Each blind can be unhooked and addressed more deeply if needed. Be sure to dry them out fully before you return them to their spot on the window.
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