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  • Curtain Clean

    Curtain Clean specializes in cleaning all types of curtains, Roman blinds, Duet blinds and others.

    Cleaning & MOULD REMOVAL.

    We are industry specialists in removing mould and mildew from curtains, drapes & blinds.

    Take in or pick up

    We can arrange for your curtains to be picked up by a courier or in some areas by our agents.

    Door to door courier.

    We can arrange for your curtains to be picked up by a courier and returned directly to your door.

    Repairs and Alterations

    We can arrange for your curtains to be picked up by a courier or in some areas by our agents.

    Fire Retaring Fabrics.

    Many curtain materials are flameable . We can Treat them with flame resistant solution.

    Agents

    See our website for your local agent or call/chat with us for more assistance. curtainclean.co.nz

    Roman Blind repairs.

    We can do repairs to Roman blinds. We can add new roller rails to your Roman blinds.

    Lining Repairs

    We replace old torn linings and can make you new linings or add an extra lining to your curtain.

    Need more Info

    See our website for more. www.curtainclean.co.nz
    Chat available during office hours.

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168 days ago

Seat Cover Cleaning

Robert Anderson from Curtain Clean HQ

Seat covers can get very dirty over the years. We can clean them!
Courier them to us or bring them into our workshop. 24 hour turnaround.
Call us on 07-282 9840 to find out more.

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677 days ago

Happy St Patricks Day!

Robert Anderson from Curtain Clean HQ

Here are 10 interesting facts about St Pattys Day to celebrate the holiday.
1. St. Patrick was not Irish - Ireland's patron saint was, in fact, from Wales!
2. The first St. Patrick's Day parade took place in New York in the 1760s.
3. Though we've come to associate kelly green with… View more
Here are 10 interesting facts about St Pattys Day to celebrate the holiday.
1. St. Patrick was not Irish - Ireland's patron saint was, in fact, from Wales!
2. The first St. Patrick's Day parade took place in New York in the 1760s.
3. Though we've come to associate kelly green with the Irish and the holiday, the 5th-century saint's official colour was "Saint Patrick's blue," a light shade of sky blue. The colour green only became associated with the big day after it was linked to the Irish independence movement in the late 18th century.
4. Don’t be fooled by any holiday decorations showing lady leprechauns. In traditional Irish folk tales, there are no female leprechauns, only nattily attired little guys who spend their days making and mending shoes (meaning they earned that gold they're always guarding).
5. St. Patrick never got canonized by a pope, making his saintly status somewhat questionable.
6. Guinness sales soar on St. Patrick's Day. Recent figures show that 5.5 million pints of the black stuff are downed around the world every day. On St. Patrick's Day that figure is doubled.
7. Your odds of finding a four-leaf clover are about 1 in 10,000.
8. How did the shamrock become associated with St. Patrick? According to Irish legend, the saint used the three-leafed plant (which is not to be confused with the four-leaf clover) as a metaphor for the Holy Trinity when he was first introducing Christianity to Ireland.
9. According to Irish legend, St. Patrick wasn't originally called Patrick. His birth name was Maewyn Succat, but he changed it to Patricius after becoming a priest.
10. In Chicago every year, the Plumbers Local 110 union dyes the river "Kelly" green. The dye lasts for about five hours.

684 days ago

How to Make a No-Sew T-Shirt Bag

Robert Anderson from Curtain Clean HQ

Here at Curtain Clean we are big advocates of sustainability. Clean, re-use, recycle!
Help us reduce waste and have fun doing it with our little tutorial on how to turn a T-shirt into a re-usable bag.

You’ll need:
• Old t-shirt – The thicker the fabric, the sturdier the bag
• Sharp … View more
Here at Curtain Clean we are big advocates of sustainability. Clean, re-use, recycle!
Help us reduce waste and have fun doing it with our little tutorial on how to turn a T-shirt into a re-usable bag.

You’ll need:
• Old t-shirt – The thicker the fabric, the sturdier the bag
• Sharp scissors, preferably fabric scissors
• Washable marker (optional)


Step 1: Cut the sleeves off so it resembles a singlet.
Step 2: Cut the neckline area into a circle or oval – these will become our handles. Trace a bowl to get a perfectly round circle.
Step 3: Turn the t-shirt inside out. Determine where you want the bottom of the bag to be and trace a line across. Keep in mind that depending on the fabric used, your tote is likely stretch and become longer when it’s filled with stuff.
Step 4: Cut slits from the bottom of the shirt up to the line marking the bottom of your bag. Keep the slits small to prevent large gaps in the bottom of the bag. You’ll want to cut both the front and back layers together because they need to match up for the next step.

Step 5: Tie the front and back fringe together in knots and turn the shirt right side out. For extra embellishments, tie the straps (handles) in knots, or tie bits of t-shirt scrap to the top.

P.S. We'd love to see your creations!!

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