The month of October is filled with fun activities for your family to enjoy- from pumpkin carving to bonfires, hay rides and more. October is also National Window Covering Safety Month, so it’s important to follow these tips and tricks for the safety of your family and friends.
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With a gentle touch and the right tools, you can effectively clean your blinds and banish dust – without any damage.