A Guide By My Home Curtain Cleaner – Curtain Cleaning Methods & Products:

Curtain cleaning yourself is not an easy thing but when you read our guide you can clean your curtains yourself. Curtains soak up smells from around the home, such as cooking aromas and cigarette smoke, which can leave the curtains smelling less than fresh and cause slight discolouration. These stains may be very visible on light-coloured or delicate curtains.


Here are easy tips on Curtain Cleaning Melbourne at home – from steam clean to washing machine.

  1. Cleaning in Washing Machine
  2. Hand Wash Curtains
  3. Steam Cleaning Curtains

Cleaning in Washing Machine :-   You can use washing machine to clean our curtain if your washing machine has delicate cycle and you have to choose a cool wash with slow spin Depending on the material of your curtains and use normal laundry detergent. Sometimes there is a risk of material shrinking; if you are worried then don’t risk putting the curtains in the washing machine, and hand wash instead. Washing Machine is best way to clean lightweight curtains rather than heavyweight curtains.

Hand Wash Curtains:-  Hand washing Curtains is safer than cleaning curtain in washing machine its a safer option for heavyweight curtains. You can use gentle soap and clean specific area of curtain avoid damage to the material but it doesn’t decrease the risk of shrinking, and it’s a good choice for delicate materials but its really hard remove all the water, prolonging the drying time.

Steam Cleaning Curtains: – Steam cleaning is good and convenient method to clean curtains. Steam cleaning only provides surface cleaning only- the dirt on your curtains accumulates up in the pleats and in-behind where steam cleaning cannot get to. Moreover, the injection of steam further embeds accumulated dirt and soil, and leaves the curtains with a wrinkled look.


Some times Peoples don’t have time to clean the curtains their own and curtains are expensive too for those home owners and guys My Home Curtain Cleaner cleaning team always available 24/7.


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