The doors with blinds can collect dust, grease and dirt from those hard to reach slats. A cloth for normal powder leave behind much of the dirt collection, and cleaning sprays only accumulate in crevices. The tools they sell to clean the blinds do not work with louvered doors so it requires a little creativity and effort. With some tips and simple tricks can keep your clean louvered closet doors.
Instructions of clean louvered closet doors
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- Place an old wooden ruler on a sock, knife butter or similar instrument. Secure it tightly with a rubber band.
- Place an old under the door to protect your floor or carpet damp towel.
- Oil soap diluted as specified on the packaging and inserts it into a spray bottle. Sprinkle generously doors.
- Clean between the slats with cover rule. Use a hard brush to clean the corners and edges. Finally, clean all smooth surfaces your door with a clean cloth. Use more soap solution if necessary.
- Clean the louvered closet doors on the other side working in the slots if necessary to remove remaining dust or dirt.
- Use a covered rule with a sock to dust your doors regularly. The sock can simply be moistened with alcohol or an aerosol spray to collect dust.