Their ease of operation and effectiveness as privacy providers makes roller blinds extremely useful in a bathroom setting. However, the humid environment can cause mould and mildew to form on the fabric, leaving your blinds looking stained and grubby. Here's how to get rid of mould and mildew from your bathroom roller blinds.
What you'll need
How to do it
Mould and mildew thrive and spread in humid, damp conditions, which is why your bathroom is such a breeding ground for them.
You can help to prevent mould and mildew from forming by keeping your bathroom well-ventilated. If you have an extractor fan, always ensure it's turned on after you've had a bath or shower, or open windows to create a good airflow to remove moisture from the room.
Don't roll up the blind while it is still damp. Use a kitchen towel or a dry cloth to wipe down the blind and remove condensation, and then allow it to air dry completely before rolling it up.
If your bathroom blind is blighted by mould and mildew, don't despair. Just follow the guidelines given above to clean and freshen-up your blind, as well as to prevent the problem recurring.
For further assistance, contact a local outlet, such as Blind Inspiration.Share
29 March 2016
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