Care & Cleaning

Wood Blinds

To keep your fine wood blinds looking their best, use a soft cloth or duster to remove dust from the slats. For long lasting beauty, occasionally treat the wood with lemon oil or any other product designed for fine wood.

Fabric Blinds

Your premium fabric blinds are treated with a stain repellent to help prevent stains. To maintain the fine quality look of the fabric, occasionally vacuum the surface or wipe with a damp sponge containing a very mild solution of soap and warm water. Keep your fabric vertical blinds at least 6 inches away from all heating sources.

Vinyl Blinds

To keep your premium vinyl blinds looking their best, they should be dusted or vacuumed occasionally. They can also be wiped with a very mild solution of soap and warm water. Keep your vinyl vertical blinds at least 6 inches away from all heating sources.

Aluminum Blinds

To keep your premium aluminum blinds looking their best, they can be dusted or wiped occasionally with a damp sponge containing a very mild solution of soap and warm water.

Roller, Pleated, Roman or Cellular Shades

Your premium shades are treated with a stain repellent to help prevent stains. To maintain the fine quality look of the shade, occasionally vacuum the surface or wipe with a damp sponge containing a very mild solution of soap and warm water.

Panel Shades, Woven Wood

Panel tracks can either be made of roller shade fabric or woven wood materials. To maintain the fine quality look of the roller shade fabric panels, occasionally vacuum the surface or wipe with a damp sponge containing a very mild solution of soap and warm water. For periodic cleaning of woven wood panel tracks, use a feather duster or vacuum on a low setting with a brush and stroke lightly over the shade.