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Most efficient way of cleaning wooden blinds?
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Anonynony · 26/04/2014 08:08

I have wooden blinds that all have a nice coat of dust on them Blush, what would be the most efficient way of cleaning them?

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Gemma77 · 26/04/2014 20:30

I put an old sock over my hand and then use it to polish each of the slats! Works well Smile

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DameDiazepamTheDramaQueen · 26/04/2014 22:59

I use baby wipes!

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SlinkyB · 27/04/2014 08:46

Good question, I have lots around the house (inc large bay window in living room).

Has anyone used one of these things before?

blind cleaner on ebay

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PlinkyPlonker · 27/04/2014 08:55

Brush attachment on hoover pipe. I speak from experience - I watch DP do it regularly and he does a v good job Smile

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Gerty1002 · 27/04/2014 10:12

I have one of those slinky, definitely a handy buy if you have lots of venetian blinds. Use dry to dust and damp to clean. The fabric bit can go in the wash.

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InTheMiddleOfOurStreet · 27/04/2014 15:34

Pledge fluffy duster with replaceable heads.

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SlinkyB · 27/04/2014 21:55

Cheers Gerty, I may have to 'treat' myself to one of those then it is my birthday soon.

Actually, dh loves cleaning and a gadget, perhaps I could persuade him to do it Grin

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SlinkyB · 30/04/2014 20:02

my blind cleaner arrived today and it's ace! Only paid £1.99 inc p&p for mine, too.

Def recommend op Smile

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qazxc · 01/05/2014 19:01

tumble dryer sheet are good for attracting the dust.

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