If you have window blinds in your house then you already know how awful they are to clean. Its a time consuming job that nobody likes. I used to lay them on the sidewalk and with a soapy scrub brush I would scrub them, both sides, rinse them off with a hose and hang them over the clothes line to dry. One blind would take at least a half hour not to mention the kneeling or squating over the blind. But I have found a way that works for me.
Things You Will NeedA bath tub, a good stong soap ( I use Dawn dish soap) and a kitchen broom. The broom should be of the stiffer variety.
Step 1Fill the tub with the hottest water you can, and pour in the soap during the fill.
Step 2Place the window blinds into the soapy water and let them soak for about 30 minutes.
Step 3Take a firm bristled broom and scrub the blinds. Using this method sometimes misses some of the dirt but it will only take you a few minutes to check out and scrub away any dirt that was left behind.
Step 4Rinse the blinds off with warm water and then you can hang them on the clothes line to dry. If you don't have a clothes line you can string a thin rope across your tub to hang the blind on.
This should help speed up the whole window blind cleaning job. I do it this was all the time and love that I don't spend my whole day on my knees on the sidewalk cleaning blinds.