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Removing a cellular/honeycomb blind with the cord-loop system can get a little tricky. If you don’t know what you’re doing, you could end up causing damage to your blinds. To avoid any confusion, check out the video below to gain knowledge of your blind in the comfort of your own home.

With the knowledge of how to remove the blind, you’ll be able to do it yourself, saving you both time and money when you go to replace, repair, or clean your blinds.

Need to remove a standard cellular honeycomb blind for cleaning or repair? Watch this video for step-by-step instructions.

Transcription:

We have a cellular/honeycomb blind, with the cord loop operating system.

First thing you want to do is take off your tensioning device if it’s attached to your wall.

Next step is to identify where the brackets are. In this case, they’re right here, and here.

There’s no tools required for this. It’s just about how you apply force. We’re going to put our fingers right where the brackets are, and we’re going to push in and tilt the blind down.

That will release the shade on the front. The back side still has little hooks on it, so you have to lift out over the hook there.

There may be a couple different versions of this, but it’s all based on the push and lowering.


If you find yourself having trouble with your blinds, removing or replacing them, don’t be afraid to contact us over at Blind Installation and Repair! We offer a number of services to take care of your blind service needs!

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