By On Nov 25, 2017 Wooden
Hardwood blinds are durable and made to last, adding the warmth of natural wood to your space. Wood blinds can be stained or purchased in a variety of colors and wood varieties with 1 inch, 1 3/8 inch, 2 inch and 2 1/2 inch slats. Custom hardwood blinds are an excellent investment and add to the value of your home
Many homeowners choose faux wood blinds/shutters over the real thing for a variety of reasons, though price usually tops the list. Real wood is not cheap, and faux materials can take some of the sting out of the final reckoning. There are some other things to consider when making this choice, however. Real wood is significantly lighter and as a result will last longer.
Excess moisture is wood worst enemy, so avoid getting wooden blinds wet. To dust them, use a clean, soft cloth, a feather duster or a vacuum brush. To put more life into the wood, use a cleaner made specifically for wood, such as lemon oil. Reading the manufacturer guidelines is more important than ever with wooden blinds, so check to see what products the company recommends before you use anything on them. Run a dryer sheet along each slat to keep dust and grime from sticking.
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