3 Workable Tips for Cleaning Your curtain

curtain cleaning isn't one of those subjects that we give a lot of thought to. Truthfully, the holiday season is usually when many families give some attention to their curtains, as they will be having family and friends visit. Do we all neglect our curtains this way, or is this just something we accuse single men of doing? Regardless, it's a good idea to schedule regular curtain cleanings throughout the year, no matter who you are. While you need to get into the habit of vacuuming your curtains every week, it isn't required to shampoo even as often as once monthly. Weekly vacuuming of your curtains should be a regular part of your cleaning and, if it's not, you should start making it a habit.

Curtain Cleaning

Regardless of the type of curtaining in your home, it's important to vacuum thoroughly before you do any other work, such as shampooing. This is just solid best practices for taking proper care of your curtain. When you don't vacuum thoroughly before you shampoo, your curtain can look worse when you are through than before you started. This is a problem because of the way rug shampooers do their job when you run them over your curtains.

Curtain Cleaning

The liquid used in your rug shampooer will dissolve this dirt. Some of it will be sucked up with the shampoo, but not all of it. But you will not get all of it, and the dissolved dirt will dry even more deeply into your curtain. You can easily shampoo your curtains yourself, as many people do. The main benefit, of course, is that, in the long run, you will save a bunch of money because you won't have to hire someone else to shampoo your curtains for you. Plus it is just a good idea to shampoo your curtains several times a year. You'd be way ahead of the game, therefore, to buy a good quality, strong curtain cleaning machine at the outset. It's going to cost more, of course, but it will be well worth the price over time. You know, "you get what you pay for" and this is especially true with heavy-duty appliances. You want something that will perform the way you need it to perform.

It goes without saying that if your curtain is light-colored, it will be harder to keep clean, A bigger challenge than getting rid of pet stains, is cleaning up food and drink stains. The one stain always seen in TV commercials is red wine stain on a light curtain Tomato based food spills, even if you start to clean them immediately, can be worse than pet stains. So just as for pet stains, when it comes to food stains, we suggest you find an appropriate enzyme curtain cleaner that is specific for the more difficult food related stains.

As you can see, you need to consider the color of your curtain, as well as other factors, when you are in the market for a new curtaining. Think seriously about what you'll have to do to keep it clean. The homes that we've been in that have cream or white curtains are very beautiful and elegant. Nonetheless, the homeowners were constantly on edge with the fear that someone would walk on their beautiful curtains and leave stains. It was their decision, of course, to put down light colored curtains, even though their uneasiness that it would get dirty uncomfortable for their guests.


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