How to Clean your Blinds


Wipe with a soft, damp cloth. Do not place in the bath or washing machine as this can lead to creased or damaged fabric.


Wipe down with a soft, damp, detergent-free cloth.

Aluminium Venetians

Tilt your blind closed and use a feather duster to remove any dust. Alter the direction of closure and repeat the process. For more stubborn individual dirt spots, rub carefully with a soft, damp cloth. Take care to do this without too much force to avoid kinking the slat.

Wooden Venetians

Clean these in the same way as cleaning aluminium venetians. Wood venetians do give you the benefit of being able to apply a little more pressure when cleaning, as the wood is stronger than aluminium and therefore won’t bend easily.

Roman Blinds

In theory, these can be dry-cleaned, however it will entail you having to detach the clips from the reverse, and you may find that it is easier to dust gently. Try to avoid fitting roman blinds in an area where you know they are going to get dirty.

Perfect Fit Blinds

Gently dust blinds when closed. To clean the reverse, the Perfect Fit frame must be removed from the window and the dusting process repeated

Pleated Blinds

Gently dust blinds when drawn down.