How To Clean Interior Shutters In Jacksonville
When you need to be washing your entire house or getting your house organized for a party in select rooms, washing your plantation shutters in Jacksonville is a task that should be finished. If you use Polywood® shutters, washing is pretty easy. But is it that time-consuming to wash real wood or cultivated wood interior shutters?
How To Clean Polywood Shutters In Jacksonville
- A dusting fabric
- A slightly damp rag
Using your hand towel, wipe down each louver of the window coverings to remove all dust and gunk. When faced with bigger smears or smudges, wield a slightly damp towel to rub them clean. A mildly wet cloth is perfect to use to wash the whole shutter, as Polywood is waterproof. But it’s always good to dry your louvers after eliminating the mess.
How To Clean Wood Shutters In Jacksonville
- A clean hand towel (microfiber works perfectly)
- A soft, dry rag
To clean the dirt off of wood shutters, all that’s needed is to give the shutter panels and frame a quick once-over with a dusting rag.
For washing smudges, try rubbing with a dry hand towel. You should not use a wet cloth. And avoid using a abrasive chemical cleaner, or else you could damage the surface of the material.
How To Clean Reclaimed Wood Shutters In Jacksonville
- A feather cleaner
- A dry cloth
For everyday cleaning, you will get the most benefit from a feather brush. By dusting without a towel, you shouldn’t think twice about rough boundaries or fragments. If you find any stubborn dirt that harms the reclaimed wood aesthetic, rub it using a heavier cloth. Don’t use any water or cleansers on a reclaimed wood shutter.
Sunburst Shutters Are The Easiest Home Shutters To Clean
To get your Polywood, real wood, or reclaimed wood plantation shutters, just contact Sunburst Shutters Jacksonville. We’ll show you the best shutter and provide you an in-person demonstration of how to cleanse them as required. Just call 904-289-1663 or complete in the space below to book your in-home appointment.