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Care and Cleaning of our lined custom draperies is easy:

  • 1On a regular basis, give them a gentle shaking; this will prevent dust and dirt from lodging in the fibers.
  • 2Occasionally vacuum your custom draperies with a handheld vacuum and soft brush attachment. Use the low-suction setting if your vacuum has one. Depending on your dust conditions, cooking habits, and other factors you may wish to vacuum your drapes every two to four months.
  • 3For more thorough cleaning, remove the custom draperies from the rods and place them into the dryer. Set the dryer to a no-heat cycle and allow the drapes to tumble for about 30 minutes. This action will loosen trapped dust particles from the fabric fibers. As you remove the drapes from the dryer, shake them well to remove as much loosened dust as possible.
  • 4For a deep clean or spot/stain removal, remove custom draperies from rod and have professionally dry cleaned or hire a professional cleaning company to dry clean your drapes in place. Depending on your dust conditions, cooking habits, and other factors you may wish to have your custom draperies dry cleaned every 1-3 years.
  • 5If spot stains occur, it’s important to remove them as quickly as possible to prevent them from setting. Many spot-cleaning solutions could leave a ring around the stain, making a more noticeable stained area. To remedy this issue, dry-clean the entire drape instead of just the spot.

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