Brianne Moores of Moores Blind Cleaning stands with her company’s ultrasonic blind cleaning machine. The eight-foot long machine can work with multiple sets of blinds at a time, and cleans them thoroughly using a combination of a mild cleaning solution and ultrasonic waves. Sequim Gazette photo by Conor Dowley

Brianne Moores of Moores Blind Cleaning stands with her company’s ultrasonic blind cleaning machine. The eight-foot long machine can work with multiple sets of blinds at a time, and cleans them thoroughly using a combination of a mild cleaning solution and ultrasonic waves. Sequim Gazette photo by Conor Dowley

Local business can get “anything” out of blinds

Moores Blind Cleaning uses ultrasonic technology to great results

Moores Blind Cleaning

What: Ultrasonic blind cleaning services

Where: 111 River Road, Sequim, WA, 98382

Phone: (360) 461-3406

Email: info@mooresblindcleaning.com

Online: mooresblindcleaning.com

There’s a new blind-cleaning business in Sequim, and Moores Blind Cleaning is hoping their service will be able to help plenty of people for a long time to come.

Using an interesting machine that combines a mild cleaning solution with ultrasonic waves, Sequim natives Brianne and Thomas Moores can quickly, efficiently and thoroughly clean blinds to what they call a “like-new condition.”

Brianne says their machine can clean “anything” from blinds, including dust, dirt, grease, mold, mildew and even nicotine. “We haven’t found something it can’t get off blinds yet,” she added.

Typical turnaround times on cleaning blinds is three days, with either dropoff or pickup services available. “If a set of blinds is in our hands on a Monday, we’ll have them back to you by Wednesday night,” Moores said.

Open since May, Moores Blind Cleaning also offers blind repair services, with many common parts kept on-hand and with just about anything else available by mail quickly. How long repairs take depend on the extent of the damage and whether or not parts need to be ordered in, but typically is around a week according to Moores.

Right now, Moores Blind Cleaning is mostly working on an individual order basis, though Brianne said they’ve gotten “plenty of business” from local blinds sales companies, and are “very open” to working with local businesses and housing communities.

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