Most curtains are made of woven fabrics that gather dust, pet hair and dander, even mold spores. Over time, these things accumulate and begin to make your window treatments look dingy.
That accumulation can also drastically affect your indoor air quality. Every time the curtains are opened or closed, every time a pet or person brushes against them, the dust and other debris gets disturbed and begins swirling around in your home. You’ll find that debris settling on your furniture as well as your carpet, where every step stirs it up again.
For allergy sufferers, cleaning curtains regularly will provide significant relief to indoor allergy symptoms.
So call 1300 052 397 and let our qualified technicians organise a free quote today!