Steam Clean Cellular Shades: Easy Step By Step Way Of Steam Cleaning

Easy Step By Step Way Of Steam Cleaning The Cellular Shades

Dust tends to stick on blinds, particularly on the horizontal blinds. For more thorough cleaning, a steam cleaning unit is the best option to use. The hot steamer vapors will not only lift dust but will also help to kill dust mites and mold. The best way for steam cleaning the cellular shades are shown below:
  1. Fill: Using a funnel fill the steam cleaner with the clean water. It is important to be careful not to overfill the reservoir. Consult the owner's manual to check if the model requires distilled water.
  2. Brush Attachment: The other step is to connect the brush attachment onto the steam hose if the model accepts attachments. For most of the models, this involves sliding the attachment to the end of the hose.
  3. Plug In: Plug in the steamer into an power outlet and then turn the unit on. After this, wait until the steamer is ready to produce the steam. The Heating-up time is different for different models. Usually, it can take 10 minutes or even less for the steamer to start producing steam.
  4. Spot Testing: Before steaming the blinds it is important to pre-test it on the hidden area to make sure that the steamer will not damage or fade the blinds. Fabric, as well as vinyl blinds, are more prone to damage than the wood or metal blinds.
  5. Start Steaming: Start steaming the blinds by moving the brush across the blinds allow the steam to lose all the dust on the blinds. Start the cleaning process right at the top of the blinds and then work down using smooth and steady strokes from one side to the other side. When cleaning the vinyl blinds work rapidly.
  6. Wipe Down: Wipe down any dust as well as the moisture that is remaining on the blinds with the help of a clean cloth or towel.
  7. Other Side: Flip the blinds on the other side and clean using the brush attachment. Wipe this side with a cloth or towel.
  8. Monitor The Water Level: The steamer will automatically stop to produce the steam once the reservoir is empty. That time refill the steamer if necessary. But it is important to allow the steamer to cool completely before refilling the unit with the water again. Depending on the particular model, the cooling time may be 15 minutes or more.
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