To clean fabric blinds, loosen the dirt, vacuum it up, soak a sponge in a soapy solution, use the sponge to wipe down the blinds, and soak up the moisture with a clean towel before letting the blinds air dry. Test the color of the blinds before getting them wet.Continue Reading
Run a lambs wool duster across the blinds in the direction the slats run. Avoid using plastic dusters.
Secure the broom attachment to your vacuum cleaner. Suck up the dirt and dust by running the brush over the slats in the same direction they run.
Fill a bucket with warm water, and add a very small amount of all-purpose soap. Mix the soap well into the water.
Place a sponge in the soapy water, allowing it to become well saturated. Squeeze the sponge so it is wet but not dripping.
Use the sponge to wet an inconspicuous area of the blinds to ensure the color does not bleed or fade.
Rinse out the sponge in the soapy water. Gently wipe along the direction of the blinds. Focus on areas that are especially dirty. Keep rinsing out the sponge.
Use a clean white towel to soak up as much of the moisture from the blinds as possible. Allow the blinds to air dry.