The BlindMaid Company Offers 2 Choices for Mobile Drying Racks:
Drying Rack is handy for drying 25-30 blinds on a jobsite. Its powder coated steel frame (ask about colors) is rugged yet lightweight and very portable. $389.95 (standard black)
Hitch Rack is used for drying up to 10-15 blinds at one time. It adjusts up to 9' high and will attach to most trailer hitches for mobile cleaning and drying. $389.95
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Over the years blind cleaners have used a variety of methods to hang blinds from drying racks from zip ties and cord loops to the stainless steel spring clips shown here. We have found that for any open headrail with a rolled edge the stainless steel clips are the easiest, fastest and most secure way to hold blinds. The “lip” on the bottom of the clip hooks into the rolled edge on most open head rails and securely holds them until you release them with a simple lift of the rail and squeeze on one side of the clip. Zip tie plastics get brittle and break, cord loops get dirty or fray, but these clips can bounce off the floor and you pick them up with no harm done. You don't have to worry about sharp edges cutting them or slipping - once they clip under the edge gravity and the clip tension hold things securely. Say goodby to dropped blinds due to brittle plastic loops, loose cords or brackets that weren't really tight.
Small (Minis Pleated)
1" Blind Clips
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2" Blind Clips
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Typically people discover these clips purchase a few to try them out and then keep adding to their collection depending upon how many blinds they like to hang at one time on their drying rack. Those that order just a few to sample, end up ordering more. While two clips hold most blinds, we recommend using a third center clip for blinds over 4-5 feet wide to provide addition support, especially on heavier faux woods or big mini blinds.
Shade Bright™ universal shade and drapery cleaning tool was designed and developed by Brent Ricketson, a professional blind and drapery cleaner who lives near St. Paul, Minnesota. Based upon feedback from numerous conversations with his customers Brent determined to find a way for them to safely and effectively maintain their fine fabric window coverings between his professional cleanings. As a result, the Shade Bright™ universal shade & drapery cleaning tool was born!
To get more information and pricing, visit Shade Bright's webpage or call Brent at 651-271-4048.