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Mould on your Blinds?

Posted on 18 February 2021

The main reason mould forms on blinds is a combination of
dust and moisture near the window.

 
 
A little dust on your blinds can create the perfect conditions.  Mould on your blinds can then grow if the area around the window blind is moist or cold.  It can create the perfect habitat for mould and mildew to grow when the sun hits it. Keeping dust off your blinds is the first step.

There are many areas on the Central Coast that seem to suffer more from dampness inWinter. Even on a sunny day in Winter, a home can feels damp. Some homes are just prone to it.

There is a revolutionary new fabric- that inhibits the growth of mould.  So much so they are offering a 10-year warranty!!

Kleenscreen is a SCREEN blind fabric has been made with SANTIZED ® protection which is designed to inhibit the growth of microorganism on your fabric.  It protects the fabric surface from the formation of fungi and algae including bacteria, mould and mildew, reduces dust mites and odours and provides long lasting material protection.

Kleenscreen fabric can be used to make a roller blind (including motorised) or a panel blind (ideal for sliding doors)

 

 

Kleenscreen with Sanitized® Protection inhibits the growth of bacteria, mould and mildew on your fabric.


Huge range of colours to suit any décor.

   

  • Ideal for those with allergies or asthma!

  • Ideal for offices

  • Ideal for homes that are often damp in winter

 

 

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