How to Clean Plantation Shutters
Everyone loves the
way their plantation shutters look when they are first installed, and keeping
them looking that way will require some regular cleaning.
You will want to clean your traditional wood shutters without using a lot of water or any harsh cleaning materials. The best way to clean your wood shutters is using a dusting cloth or vacuum.
First you should run the vacuum with the brush attachment over the shutter to grab up most of the dust and dirt. Then you should follow up using the dusting cloth or another small dusting brush to get in to the spaces that the vacuum could not and to check for any materials that were not picked up. During that process you may notice some dirt or other marks on the surface that could not be picked up with the dry cloth. Wipe down the dirt or smudges with a slightly damp cloth. Wipe dry with a clean cloth quickly and thoroughly to avoid any warping or damage to the surface of the shutters. Don’t use any soap, cleaning agents or anything abrasive. Be sure to dry off that area quickly and thoroughly to avoid any warping or damage to the surface of the shutters.
Every couple of weeks, your plantation shutters will need a basic dusting to ensure that they continue looking their best. Use a dry or lightly dampened microfiber cloth or to do your dusting.
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