Most curtains, whether they’re casual cotton, lace or fancier damask, are made of woven fabrics that gather dust, pet hair and dander, even mold spores. Over time, these things accumulate, and your window treatments start to look dingy.
That accumulation can also drastically affect your indoor air quality. Every time the curtains are opened or closed, dust and other debris begin swirling around in your home. You’ll find that debris settling on your furniture as well as your carpet, where every step stirs it up again.
For allergy sufferers, cleaning curtains regularly will provide significant relief to indoor allergy symptoms.
Dry cleaning is the most recommended method to clean your curtains. The process doesn’t involve any liquids which prevent shrinkage as well as colour fading on your curtain.
We strongly recommend you to dry clean your curtain at least every quarter because stain or dirt on your curtain would be difficult to get rid of as it dries up over time. However, if you are very sure your curtain can be wet washed, contact us to do a curtain laundry service for you.
At Richies, our experts know exactly how to take care of curtains of different materials and identifying the best method of cleaning suitable for each material.
Contact us now to schedule an appointment or a consultation.