We are introducing our most resilient and beautiful designs with the finest mechanism ever introduce. We have just designed a new design of Bamboo blinds and are supplying them all over Dubai.
They additionally arrive in an assortment of wood conceals, making them the ideal commendation to any deck. Together, a bamboo visually impaired and wood floor makes a “balance” between the two
they even each other out. I additionally love them since they work magnificently with common fiber carpets. Once more, the two draw from one another, making the room (or little space) feel like it’s extremely firm.
Bamboo has been one of the most durable and exotic materials for interior design for thousands of years. Favored by high-end and DIY designers alike, bamboo blinds add a sense of adventure to almost any decor. We provide a wide range of beautiful and versatile window blinds and curtains. If you are looking for genuine bamboo blinds, your search ends here.
No matter what window coverings trends come and go, natural and organic textures are growing in popularity thanks to interior designers, home decorators, and lifestyle experts. More people are opting for bamboo as their window blinds or even bamboo blinds because fashion meets function.
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Bamboo Blinds are a great way to let the light of the sunburst into your home without completely losing privacy when you’re trying to get some rest. A Bamboo Blind will prevent too much natural light from entering a room, but it’s still accessible enough for people it would otherwise disturb to still experience a sense of sunshine throughout their living space.
It doesn’t matter if you rent or own your property, as these blinds look great in any given room and won’t take up too much space around the window which is why we know that anyone can benefit from them whether it’s for leisurely purposes or for business purposes.
Bamboo Blinds work well in areas that receive very minimal sunlight because they tend to provide a lot of privacy during daytime hours without looking odd at night because the other materials used in their design emit almost no light and are designed with an expert finish so they don’t stand out like a sore thumb at sunset!
Keeping Your Blinds Dust-Free
One of the most common issues with bamboo trackers is that they can gather a lot of dust and other foreign particles over time. However, these can really cause problems for the wood’s quality and durability if you do not regularly clean your blinds. Avoid the problem altogether by making it something of a habit to wipe down your window covers at least once or twice a week.
If you clean regularly, one will do just as well as any other brand of duster, dust cloth, or feather dusting wand. If you decide to use a vacuum cleaner to get rid of dust and dirt from the wooden slats, however,
be sure to only use a vacuum brush attachment that is compatible with the model of your vacuum cleaner because otherwise dirt may get stuck after pulling the brush off the slats and potentially damage some of them.
Ideally, you would also want to make sure you are vacuuming at least every month but ideally once a week in order not to allow too much buildup to occur on the blinds due to dust mites, hairs, and/or droppings from pets.
Should you notice anything that appears like mildew growing on part(s) of your blinds it might be a sign that they need a more thorough cleaning than they’ve been getting over time.
Cleaning Your Bamboo Blinds
If you don’t know how to clean bamboo blinds, don’t worry it’s much easier than you think. Before you begin washing follow the manufacturer’s instructions. If possible get in touch with whoever installed them so they can tell you what cleaning methods to use and if there are any special requirements/precautions to keep in mind as well.
After you’ve ensured that it is suitable to wash your bamboo blinds look at the various ingredients needed: detergent (a basic one should be fine), some water, and a brush or sponge all of which should cost very little, plus some elbow grease from yourself.
You will need the following contents to clean bamboo wood blinds:
- Mild oil soap used for cleaning wooden
- A dish sponge
- Warm tap water
- A medium-sized bucket
- Warm tap water mixed with one-fourth of part blue food coloring
After you dust your blinds and grab the necessary items, remove each covering from its window. Place the shades flat on a table or another safe area and fill a bucket with warm water. Add a few drops of soap to the water and make sure your sponges are also wet. The sponge should be damp but not dripping!
Wring out the sponge that is filled with soap and water – enough so you can use it to clean your window. Any extra moisture should be wrung out of the sponge, but only if you notice the soap and water mixture spilling onto the hardware.
Once this has been done, begin to wipe down each inch of your shade in order to remove any unwanted dirt or dust that has built upon its surface over time. If rust blotches have formed anywhere on your window treatment,
make sure you go back over them again to ensure you remove all traces of nasty metal from your spiffy window covering!
Bamboo blinds offer an eco-friendly option for window coverings. Chances are many people would be more than happy to pay a bit more for these shades to support this sort of conscious approach.
This way they can get the best of both worlds – the ability to control their sunlight exposure as well as have something that looks good inside their home. Bamboo can require frequent cleaning,
however, and with regular use it’s important to clean after pretty much every time you use it
Drying Bamboo Blinds
To dry your bamboo, start with the headrail. Takedown all window treatments and move the towel from top to bottom, ensuring that each level is completely free of moisture before moving on to the next step.
If you’d like to, it is also good to get a hairdryer. Place the tool on low so that the bamboo material does not overbake. Some DIYers even swear by drying their blinds outside, which helps in both effectiveness and energy conservation