Cleaning Plantation Shutter Hardware
Plantation shutter hardware – Water can be a common detergent for windows, but it is not advisable to use it to clean wood shutters because water trawls wood. Fortunately, there are other methods for removing dust from gaps that will not harm them. Clean painted gaps regularly to keep them at its best.
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Connect a soft brush to the rod of your vacuum cleaner and turn it on. Slide the slats up and slide the slats over the slats then lean them down and vacuum on the other side. Also vacuum top, bottom and sides of the cover. Run a dustbin along the top and bottom of each lamella to pick up the dust particles on plantation shutter hardware. Shake the dust on the duster outside then run the duster over the top, bottom and sides of the hatches.
Clean the plantation shutter hardware with a soft cotton cloth if this is preferable to a vacuum or dust plunger. Wipe the slate down and wipe the top of the slats then lean them up and wipe the lower part of the slats. Remember to dry the sides as well as the upper and lower lists of the slots. Turn the window handle counterclockwise to completely open the windows or to the point where the top edges of the boxes are available.