Blindcleaners.biz is the resource site for a large network of professional blind and drapery cleaners. Network participants come from wide variety of backgrounds, but all share a commitment to professionalism, personal development and delivery of the best services to their clients. Their definition of being a "professional" isn not limited to just watching a few video clips, dunking a few blinds in a machine for friends or advertising their services as "blind cleaners" after a few hours of "training". Just owning a machine capable of doing ultrasonic or injection-extration cleaning doesn't mean one knows the proper techniques or best cleaning chemistry to safely clean fabric shades, draperies or various specialty blinds. "Experience" is not always an accurate indicator either if one's knowledge base is outdated or incomplete. As a group, we care about building professionalism and providing support to those in this niche field of the cleaning industry and the consumers looking to us for services. We also provide consulting for the fabricators evaluating the best ways to clean the window treatments made.
On this public level of the site you will find a few introductory information articles, charts or resources. Members of our network login to the site to access extended menus, hundreds of articles relative to the industry and a resource manual.
We don't like seeing or hearing about the afermath of a blind cleaning job that went awry, ruining blinds or shades. Typically problems are a resulted or either hiring a company that didn't know enough about the custom blinds they were asked to clean, a failure to adequately pre-inspection things beforehand or one who didn't know the appropriate cleaning protocols for a particular item or situation. For example, this shade (one of five) was ruined by a "professional" that used the wrong cleaning process on a room darkening Hunter Douglas Silhouette. If you want to locate (or be) a knowledgeable local blind cleaner in your community, please let us know!