If your outdoor blinds are dirty, which will happen after a year or more of exposure to the elements, it’s time to get out the cleaning products and use a little elbow grease to get them looking great again and operating like new. The good news is that while it will take a bit of effort, you’ll soon have your blinds clean and it is as easy as 1, 2, 3.
Now that your outdoor blinds are clean and looking like brand new again, keep them that way by removing any bird droppings or other debris as soon as you notice them.
If the above 3 steps still leave your old outdoor blinds looking a little faded, soiled, tatty or simply out of date, it’s time to invest in some new blinds. The good news is that outdoor blinds have improved since you installed your old ones, so your new blinds won’t just be cleaner, they’ll be superior and easier to use.
Contact Outside Concepts for a free design and quote on your new outdoor blinds.
NOTE: The above steps are for mesh outdoor blinds, which are the most common blinds used on houses and outdoor living areas. If you have PVC café blinds, they can be susceptible to scratching so more care is required. See the Ziptrak website for details on how best to clean PVC blinds.
Concept to clean up. Call Outside Concepts for a free quote on 1800 601 674.