Did you recently have wood window blinds in Lakeland, FL installed in your home? If so, you’ve probably already fallen in love with the way that they look. They add a touch of class to any room and warm up a space in no time. But one of the things that you might not love about wood window blinds is that they can get very dusty from time to time. It can drive you crazy and force you to clean them all the time. Fortunately, there are a few ways to stop them from getting so dusty. Learn how below.

 

Vacuum your whole house on a regular basis.

In a perfect world, you should already be vacuuming your home on a regular basis to stop it from getting so dusty. But it’s especially important to do this when you have wooden Lakeland, FL blinds hanging up in your home. You have to make sure you’re ready to commit to vacuuming at least once each week once you have wood blinds in place. By vacuuming, you can eliminate a lot of dust from your home and stop it from ending up on your blinds.

 

Get into the habit of dusting your wood window blinds every week.

In addition to vacuuming your home at least once each week, you should also pull out a feather duster and make dusting part of your cleaning routine, too. You should obviously dust your wood window blinds to get rid of any dust from them. But you should also dust everything else in your home to stop dust from building up in various places. This will reduce the chances of dust ending up on your wood blinds at some point in the near future.

 

Try using just a little bit of wood furniture cleaner on your blinds.

If you have faux wood blinds, putting wood furniture cleaner on them is probably not the best idea. But if you have real wood blinds, experiment with using wood furniture cleaner on them to prevent dust. The furniture cleaner will make your blinds shine like never before when you apply it properly. It will also make your blinds slick and make it hard for dust to stick to them. You’ll start to see a difference in the way that they look and feel right away.

 

Put your wood window blinds up during the day.

If the sun beats right into a specific area of your home throughout the course of the day, putting your wood blinds up might not be an option. But if you can, attempt to put your wood window blinds up during the day. The longer that your window blinds stay up, the less likely they are to allow dust to accumulate on them. As an added bonus, you’ll also introduce a lot of natural light into your home this way.

 

Want to learn more about caring for wood window blinds? Or do you want to see some of the wood window blinds you might be able to install in your home? Nature Coast Shutters & Window Treatments can show you a wide range of blinds as well as lots of other Lakeland, FL window treatments. Contact us at (813) 613-2327 today to set up a free in-home consultation to go over your blind options or take a trip down to 4910 W Knollwood St, Tampa, FL 33634 to meet with us in person.