What are ultrasonics and what are the benefits?

Ultrasonics are high-frequency sound waves or vibrations that, when combined with water, will produce millions of high-energy bubbles that implode. When utilised for cleaning purposes, these imploding bubbles can literally suck all traces of dirt and grime from your blind. Nothing is missed.

Ultrasonic cleaning is the only process that can remove nicotine stains, mould and other heavy staining. It also rejuvenates even the tiredest of blinds, which can prolong the life of your blinds and save you money.

Such thorough cleaning, whether in a living or work environment, also has health potential benefits. No matter how well people dust their blinds, the process will never succeed in removing the germs and bacteria that spread disease, nor mould, grease and insect stains that can deteriorate the materials.

Is ultrasonic cleaning environmentally-friendly?

Yes! Australasia’s most precious resource, water, is used sparingly in the Amazing Clean process. Additionally, the detergents used to clean and sanitise are probably safer than those under your kitchen sink.

In fact, the US Environment Protection Authority acknowledges the use of ultrasonic cleaning in many industrial applications where there is a high contamination to be cleaned!

What is the process involved in cleaning your blinds?

You don’t have to do anything. Amazing Clean will take the blinds down in the morning and ultrasonically clean them at their factory before bringing the blinds back to your premises and re-hanging them on the same day.

For those wishing to save money, there is also an option for you to deliver your blinds to the factory.

What about any repairs?

Amazing Clean’s blinds specialists can repair most types of blinds.

What is the process involved in cleaning my curtains?

Curtains can be cleaned on-site, while still hanging, using Amazing Clean’s low-moisture system so that there is no loss of colour or shrinkage. In some cases, it may be necessary to remove the curtains for cleaning back at the factory.