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2 Simple Tips To Maintain Your Timber Shutters

Durable and elegant, the Highprofile Timber Shutter Collection will bring designer style to your home. They are engineered to provide the right mix of temperature control, light, airflow and privacy.

To ensure you receive the best and longest use of your Highprofile Timber Shutters, follow these two simple maintenance tips.
1. CLEANING YOUR HIGHPROFILE SHUTTERS


  • Open the louvres with the tilt rod or with the middle louvre.
  • Using a damp cloth, wipe over the shutters to remove any dust film. Solvents are not recommended.
  • To close the shutter panel, gently push the panel until it connects with the magnetic or striker plates on the frame.
Over time, you may find the tension of the blades become loose. If required, you can tension the drive blade to ensure the blades stay in their position.
2. ADJUST THE BLADE TENSION

  • Remove the plastic cap on the side of the panel.
  • Place a Phillips head screwdriver into the hole and gently turn clockwise until you feel the blade has enough tension to remain in place.
  • Be very careful not to over tension the drive blade, as this is not covered under warranty. 
So there it is! Two simple maintenance guidelines that will ensure your Highprofile Timber Shutters continue to provide long term beauty and practicality to your home.
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