Cleaning your shutters
Our shutters are easy to keep clean, making them perfect for the bathroom, kitchen, playroom and bedroom.
You don’t need to worry about getting dust embedded in the louvres, or splashes from your sink. Vinyl shutters can simply be wiped clean.
Leaving a top window fan light open for air in your bedroom means there is always a stream of air coming into your room or over your louvre blades.
In the winter this is cold or damp air and in the summer it’s dry. This can damage the spray finish on wooden shutters, but with vinyl you don’t need to worry. Even if the wind blows rain in, vinyl shutters can easily be cleaned so they look as good as new.
Shutters can be wiped with a damp cloth, dusted or hoovered – there is no right or wrong way to clean them. Even tough marks can be removed using UPVC cleaner. Either way, the bottom line is that they are very easy to clean. They are tough, durable and washable.
Design tip that’s good for cleaning
A good tip if you’re fitting shutters in a bathroom or kitchen is to choose the hidden tilt rod option with large 89mm louvres. This makes the cleaning process even easier as there is nice wide gap between the louvres to get your hand in and no central control rod to clean around.