It may be tempting to leave it until you have a big build-up of dust and dirt, but light, regular cleaning will make your conservatory more appealing to use and get rid of dust, black mould and unwanted flying pests. All can contribute towards allergies.
>As your roof blinds will collect debris and small insects over time, the first step is to get rid of these by unclipping the roof pleated blinds, allowing them to hang down.
>Be gentle at this stage; Working from top to bottom, vacuum on a low suction level behind the blind. Also, take the time to hoover up any debris sitting at the top of the windows. Be careful not to push to hard against the pleats in case you damage them.
>You will need a step ladder to reach the blinds - be careful!
We strongly advise you check in an inconspicuous area with a non-abrasive cleaning solution. DO NOT USE BLEACH .
Poorly installed and older conservatories can suffer from condensation which may impact seriously on your window dressings, causing the build-up of mould and water staining.
It is essential that your conservatory is adequately ventilated to avoid problems caused by excess moisture. Drying clothes in a conservatory hugely adds to the build-up of moisture. Keeping a window on first notch will really help keep the moisture levels down.
If you are not confident with cleaning your conservatory call in a professional