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Internal curtains add a touch of elegance and to your home. Regular are essential to keep them looking fresh and lasting longer. This guide provides instructions on how to clean and maintain your internal curtains effectively.

Understanding Your Curtain Fabric

Before cleaning, identify the type of fabric your curtains are made of. Common fabrics include cotton, polyester, silk, linen, and velvet. Each fabric type requires specific cleaning methods to prevent damage.

Regular Maintenance

Follow these tips for routine curtain care:

  • Dusting: Use a vacuum with a soft brush attachment or a handheld duster to remove dust. Do this weekly to prevent buildup.
  • Spot Cleaning: For minor stains, use a mild detergent and a clean cloth. Gently blot the stain, avoiding rubbing, which can damage the fabric.
  • Sun Protection: Protect curtains from direct sunlight to prevent fading. Use or blinds to filter sunlight.

Deep Cleaning Methods

Depending on the fabric, use one of these deep cleaning methods:

Machine Washable Curtains


  1. Remove hooks, rings, and other hardware.
  2. Check the care label for washing instructions.
  3. Use a gentle cycle with cold water and mild detergent.
  4. Hang curtains to dry or use a low heat setting in the dryer.
  5. Iron on a low setting if necessary.

Hand Washable Curtains


  1. Fill a bathtub or large basin with cold water and mild detergent.
  2. Submerge the curtains and gently agitate the water.
  3. Rinse thoroughly with cold water.
  4. Squeeze out excess water without wringing.
  5. Hang to dry naturally.

Dry Clean Only Curtains

If the care label indicates dry cleaning only, take your curtains to a professional dry cleaner to avoid damage.

Special Care for Delicate Fabrics

Fabrics like silk and velvet require extra care:

  • Silk: Avoid water and use a gentle vacuum or professional cleaning service.
  • Velvet: Brush with a soft bristle brush to remove dust and use professional cleaning for stains.

Maintaining Hardware

Regularly check and clean , hooks, and rings to ensure they are free from dust and functioning correctly. Lubricate any moving parts if necessary.


By following these tips, you can extend the life of your internal curtains and keep them looking their best. Regular care not only enhances the appearance of your home but also ensures a healthier living environment.


We strongly recommend hiring a professional worker to install your curtains. We do not recommend self-installation to avoid any potential damages or unsatisfactory results. Employing an experienced worker ensures the best results with safety and efficiency. Please note that attempting to install the curtains yourself without experience may result in accidents and falls, putting your safety at risk.

Some installations require specific knowledge and tools that may not be available to the general user, increasing the risk of falls or causing damage to the walls or the curtains themselves. To ensure safety and quality, we advise using certified professionals for the installation process.

We are not responsible for any damages or injuries that may occur as a result of attempting to install the curtains yourself. Please exercise caution and hire specialists to ensure everyone's safety and achieve the desired results.

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