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How to Clean Honeycomb Cell Shades
Pleated or cellular shades should be vacuumed periodically to remove dust that builds up. Using the brush attachment on the vacuum, clean each of the pleats of the honeycomb cell shades.
Do not use cleaners on the shades as they can discolor or remove color from the shades. If there is a stain on the shades you may use a damp cloth on the stained area. Do not rub too much as this can damage the cell shade material. For tough stains you can use mild detergents but it is recommended to try first in a less visible area of the window shades to ensure the detergent will not damage the shades.
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