VERTICAL BLINDS FAQ'S
Vertical blinds offer excellent shading and privacy controls and are available in dozens of different styles and colours. If you have a question about how vertical blinds work, or how to fit them, our FAQ should have the answer for you.
How do Vertical Blinds work?
There is a sliding mechanism at the top of Vertical blinds which each slat/vane is attached to. The sliding mechanism allows them to be opened, closed or tilted. You can also have a window or door open or closed no matter what position they are at.
What colours can Vertical Blinds be?
Our Vertical Blinds can be made in pretty much any colour or pattern, from dark and bold colours to soft colours and neutrals. Check out our collection of fabrics here: https://weloveblinds.com/vertical-blinds/
What rooms suit Vertical Blinds best?
Vertical blinds can look great in almost any room due to their contemporary look, however they can be beneficial for living rooms and kitchens as you can control how much light you let into the room without overpowering it the way curtains can.
Can you have blackout Vertical Blinds?
You can choose any blackout fabric from our range of Vertical blinds, however they may not block out the natural light completely due to the structure of the vertical vanes/slats.
Are Vertical Blinds safe for children?
At WeLoveBlinds we take child safety very seriously. Our entire range of blinds complies with The European Standard for internal blinds (EN 13120). We are always on hand to offer advice on keeping your blinds child safe so for more information, please don't hesitate to contact our customer service team: 01613889340 or via email: [email protected] You can also download our helpful Blinds and Safety Infographic for extra guidance.
How do you clean Vertical Blinds?
Most vertical blinds can be cleaned with a damp sponge. Vertical slats are only able to be washed if it states so in the product information. For tough stains, use a fabric stain remover but ensure you read of the instructions and follow their instructions accordingly. If you are worried that the stain removal will discolour or damage your blinds, then you can do a tester somewhere on your blind that you don’t normally see when opened or closed.