A black roller shade covers a short, wide window in a modern bedroom.

Easy-to-Clean Blinds & Shades

Why choose easy-to-clean window treatments?

A blackout roman shade darkens a modern home office
Support your busy lifestyle by greatly reducing the amount of cleaning that your blinds & shades require
Save money by replacing your window coverings with less frequency
Easy-to-clean blinds and shades are particularly resilient in humidity and moisture

Window treatments that are the easiest to clean:

Vertical Blinds, Roller Shades, Solar Shades, Faux Wood Blinds, Panel Tracks, Cellular Shades, and Shutters

Faux Wood Blinds and Shutters are ideal for areas like kitchens and bathrooms, that require frequent cleaning.  These window treatments repel stains caused by moisture or humidity and can simply be wiped with a damp cloth.

Vinyl Vertical Blinds and Solar Shades require very little maintenance and can be easily wiped down with a damp sponge containing a very mild solution of soap and water if needed.  Fabric vertical slats are easy to remove and can be cleaned with a lint roller or spot cleaned.   

Panel Track Shades, Roller Shades and Cellular Shades will maintain their like-new appearance with occasional light dusting with a feather duster or with the use of a soft brush vacuum attachment.  The design of these shades repels dust and they can be maintained with only periodic cleaning. 

Vertical blinds in grey color in a modern bedroom.

Vertical Blinds

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Roller shades in a contemporary kitchen and adjoining dining area

Roller Shades

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Three windows behind a large modern bathtub are covered with transparent solar shades

Solar Shades

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Brighten your kitchen and enjoy natural light control with the clean look of white faux wood blinds over the sink.

Faux Wood Blinds

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Tan-colored panel tracks in solar shade material allow light in, while closed over a sliding glass door.

Panel Tracks

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Cream-colored cellular shades flank a cozy fireplace in a contemporary living room.

Cellular Shades

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Bi-fold doors that cover a sliding glass door are pulled open revealing the door


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