How To Clean Your Plantation Shutters
If you’re cleaning your whole house or just tidying up before a party, cleaning your Sacramento shutters is a job that you need to do, and do right. And if it’s not, you could risk lasting stains, discoloration, or damage to the material.
So how do you clean your shutters? That depends on the type of shutters you have in your space.
Here’s what you’ll need to get started:
A dusting cloth preferably microfiber)
A slightly wet cloth
Using a dusting cloth, wipe over each part of your shutters to get rid of any dust or dirt. For larger stains or messes, rub them down with a slightly damp cloth. Like with real wood shutters, don’t use any chemical compounds or any caustic cleaners.
A slightly wet cloth is ok to use to clean the entire shutter, but it’s usually a good idea to dry the shutter getting rid of the smudge.
When it comes to cleaning natural wood shutters, try to be careful not to damage the finish or do anything that could expose the wood to moisture.
You’ll want these supplies to clean your shutters:
A microfiber dust cloth
A soft, dry cloth
For ridding your wood shutters of dust, all that’s needed is to give the panels and louvers a quick once-over with a microfiber cloth.
For smudges or spills, first wipe down with a dry cloth. You usually shouldn’t use a damp cloth unless you have to, and even then, the less damp the cloth, the better. Only do this for smudges or spills – don’t scrub the entire frame with it. If you’re using a wet cloth, be sure to follow with a dry cloth. Also, never use an abrasive chemical agent, or you could cause damage to the finish of your shutters.
For more cleaning tips, get in touch with us by calling 916-665-0078.
Note: These steps were specifically made with Sunburst Shutters products in mind. For how to clean shutters from a different manufacturer, contact your installer.