It is often difficult for those of us who have fitted wardrobes to maintain it in the most effective and efficient way. Wardrobes are of many types; ranging from extremely cheap ready made ones to the more costly bespoke or designer fitted wardrobes, they all have their own problems. One of the biggest problems faced by many wardrobe owners is that over time they can become full of dust and start to look very untidy. This article will aim to deal with the problem of cleaning your wardrobe effectively so that you get the maximum benefit out of your wardrobe and keep it in tip top condition at all times.
So what are some of the ways in which you can keep your fitted wardrobe in top condition? Well there are basically two ways you can do this, the first is by actually maintaining the wardrobe yourself and the second is buying low maintenance fitted furniture from one of the many suppliers of fitted furniture in the UK. For Fitted Wardrobes Dorset, go to Lamco
Firstly you need to decide exactly what type of fitted wardrobe you have and then clean it down accordingly. First decide if you have a built in dust collector or not. If you don’t have one fitted wardrobes tend to collect a lot of dust in winter, mainly due to the fact that most people keep their wardrobes closed during the day. In summer there’s really no way to keep dust out; clothes dry out and quickly in a fitted wardrobe. If you do have an in built dust collector, you should make sure that you clean it regularly, once a month would be enough.