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    Hi has anyone any tips on keeping wooden blinds clean I fear they are dust collectors as I am dusting mine done every other day


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    I use my sweeping brush on mine !!
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    feather duster ...im loving my new one
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    Every month I spray polish lightly and dust each slat with a duster until I can see there is no more dust. I really have to be in the mood for that though. You can get those slatted blind cleaners with removable terry towelling type cover that slot between each one. I think I got mine from Dunelm mill.

    Have you tried wiping down with a damp cloth, might eliminate the static that polish creates.



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    I know it really is time consuming sometimes I think will I just "Get Rid"..... I too have a feather duster love the idea of sweeping them down with a brush somehow I think my LO would soon be copying Mummy....



 

 

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