Sheer Curtains Cleaning Tips You Have to Know
We all know how sheer curtains are great to let in abundant light. Apart from that, there are also sheer curtains ideas that can block light necessary with heavier drapes hang before the sheers. Our focus today, however, is how to clean the sheer properly as it can be quite tricky if you don’t know how.
Cleaning Sheer Curtains
Set the vacuum to the lowest suction and vacuum your sheer curtains with a brush attachment if they’ve been hanging for a long time. Then move the curtains to your washing machine. Don’t stuff it—give plenty of room for the curtains to move around. Fill the loading with cold water and set the machine to gentle cycle. Use only liquid laundry detergent specially formulated for delicate and don’t use too much.
Let the curtains to twist for 2 minutes. Lift the lid and allow the curtains to soak before you drain the water and refill with rinse water. Add liquid fabric softener, lift the lid, and let the drapes to soak. When you’re done, squeeze out the excess water. Hang your curtains to air dry, whether on a clothesline or a curtain rod. It’s important to remember not to use hot water when washing sheer curtains or machine them dry as it can shrink them