How to Clean Fabric Blinds

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Fabric Window Treatment Cleaning Guide

Cleaning your window treatments may not be at the top of your to-do list, but it's an important part of keeping your home clean and healthy. In this article, we'll cover everything you need to know about cleaning fabric blinds, including tips, tools, and materials. Whether you have Suede Roman Shades from Keego Blinds or any other fabric blinds, this guide will help you keep them clean and well-maintained.

Tools and Materials Before you start cleaning your fabric blinds, gather the necessary tools and materials. You'll need a microfiber cloth, a vacuum cleaner with an upholstery attachment, a fabric cleaning solution, warm water, a bucket, gloves, and a blow dryer (optional). When choosing a fabric cleaning solution, make sure to use a gentle product that won't damage the fabric.

Cleaning Steps

  1. Start by removing dust and debris from your fabric blinds with a vacuum cleaner. Use the upholstery attachment to gently suction the dust from the fabric.

  2. Spot clean any stains or spots on the fabric with a fabric cleaning solution. Apply the solution to a microfiber cloth and gently dab the stained area until it lifts. Avoid rubbing or scrubbing the fabric to prevent damage.

  3. For a deeper clean, mix warm water with a small amount of mild soap in a bucket. Dip a microfiber cloth into the soapy water and wring it out. Gently wipe down the fabric blinds, being careful not to saturate the fabric. Rinse the cloth in clean water and repeat the process until the blinds are clean.

  4. Use a clean microfiber cloth to dry the fabric blinds. For faster drying, use a blow dryer on low heat to speed up the process. Be careful not to use high heat or get the fabric too wet.

Maintenance Tips

To keep your fabric blinds clean and well-maintained between cleanings, follow these tips:

  • Dust your fabric blinds regularly with a microfiber cloth to prevent build-up of dirt and dust.
  • Spot clean any spills or stains immediately to prevent them from setting in.
  • Avoid getting your fabric blinds wet or exposing them to moisture to prevent mold and mildew growth.
  • Use a fabric protector spray to help repel dirt and stains.


Cleaning fabric blinds may seem like a daunting task, but with the right tools and materials, it's actually quite easy. By following the steps and tips provided in this article, you'll be able to keep your fabric blinds clean and in good condition for years to come. Remember to use gentle cleaning products and techniques to avoid damaging the fabric. And if you're in the market for new window treatments, check out Keego Blinds' Suede Roman Shades – they're not only stylish but also easy to clean and maintain.


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