|Fig.1 Vertical Blinds|
Tools and Supplies:
High patio wall
Screwdriver Flat Tip
Soap (automobile soap)
Water (Plus water hose)
This post shows the ten steps on the process of cleaning vertical blinds quickly and all in one hour.
Step 1: Fig.1 shows the vertical blinds that need cleaning. Fig.2 shows the bucket filled with water, soap and a sponge. Use automobile soap it does not leave streaks on the blinds.
|Fig.2 Pail with soap and sponge|
|Fig.3 Leaf blower|
|Fig.4 Patio wall or table|
|Fig.5 ladder 4-foot|
Step 5: Fig.6 shows the use a flat tip screwdriver on both sides of the vertical blind. Fig.7 shows the vertical blind bracket is open and the blinds can be removed. Sometimes a flat scraper can open it faster than a screwdriver.
|Fig.7 Open blind bracket|
|Fig.8 Soap ready|
|Fig.9 Soap applied|
|Fig.11 Leaf Blower|
|Fig.12 Removing water|
|Fig.13 Blowing dry|
|Fig,14 Use gloves|
|Fig,15 Wipe dry|
|Fig,16 Job done|
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