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  • Writer's pictureMeghna Deshraj

Home Shutters:Care and Maintenance Tips From Experts

Living in Florida, we understand the importance of having sturdy and reliable home shutters to protect your homes from severe weather conditions. Home shutters not only offer protection but also enhance the overall aesthetic appeal of our homes. However, just like any other component of your home, home shutters require regular care and maintenance to ensure they function properly and last for many years to come. Otherwise, your home shutters will start getting worn out very fast and will not function properly.

At FL Bahama Shutters, we have seen firsthand the damage that can be caused by neglecting shutter maintenance. Therefore, in this blog post, we will share our expertise on how to clean your home shutters easily and effectively:


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How To Clean Your Home Shutters

Step 1: Prepare the cleaning solution

Cleaning your home shutters is an essential part of their maintenance routine. The first step to cleaning your shutters is to prepare the cleaning solution. You will need to create a cleaning solution that is both safe for your shutters and effective in removing dirt and grime. A mixture of warm water and mild dish soap is a safe and effective cleaning solution for most types of shutters. To create the cleaning solution, mix a few drops of mild dish soap into a bucket of warm water, and stir well to create a soapy solution.


When preparing the cleaning solution, ensure that you use a mild dish soap that does not contain any harsh chemicals or abrasive substances. Using harsh chemicals can damage the finish of your shutters and may even cause discoloration or warping. It is also essential to avoid using hot water as it can damage the shutters' finish.

Step 2: Remove any loose debris

Step 3: Apply the cleaning solution

Step 4: Rinse the shutters

Step 5: Dry the shutters

Step 6: Check for any damages or repairs needed

Step 7: Repeat the cleaning process regularly



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