I have just realised the the back of my holland blind (I think that's what they're called) is mouldy. Makes sense, it doesn't get much ventilation behind it as the window is always shut. It's not a blockout one, and I've attached photos in the hope that someone will know what I can clean it with :-)
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30-05-2014 07:05 #1
Mouldy holland blind
30-05-2014 11:09 #2
Oil of cloves is meant to kill mould- cant remember the ratio to water but im sure if you google it, it will tell you and best of all, no nasty chemicals.
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30-05-2014 16:40 #3
Thanks, I'll google it!
30-05-2014 17:00 #4
I think vinegar is supposed to be good for mould too?
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