How to wash walls in 5 easy steps

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The walls in your house are something that will need to be cleaned on a regular basis, with an occasional deep cleaning. How dirty your walls get, will depend on things like whether or not their are children running around the house, pets and the number of people that live in your house. For everyday grime, you can tackle dirt with a sponge and a bucket of some warm water, mixed with some liquid dish soap. Start at the top of the wall, and work in sections of a few square feet at a time. Then rinse with a clean damp sponge, then wipe dry with a soft, clean cloth. To prevent streaks, test-wipe a part of the wall first. You can clean fingerprints, stains and food splatters using baby wipes. This is a quick and effective way to deal with everyday dirt and grime. You always want to resist using abrasive cleaners if possible, as it could damage your paint or wallpaper. For the full tutorial, you will want to take a look a the site.

For deep cleaning your walls, you will want to have some house cleaning tips and tricks along with natural cleaner to get the job done. Deep cleaning will get rid of dust, stains, smudges and more. The author of these house cleaning tips and tricks for cleaning the walls in your home likes to use Scotch Brite Scrubbing Dish Cloths, you can also use microfiber cloths, and soft sponges. Microfiber pads and cloths are great because they are machine washable and dryable, so you have no worries about cross-contamination. You can use them, throw them in the washer, dry them and use then use them again, with no waste. The following suggestions and house cleaning tips are recommended for dry walls with washable paint. Before using these house cleaning tips test the method on a small area that’s out of sight. The Scotch Brite cloths are non-scratch, have scrubbing power provided by the scrubbing dots within them, and have wiping and drying functions. It’s everything you want in a cleaning cloth.

On the site, you will find out how to wash your walls with natural cleaners in five easy steps. To start, you will want to remove all artwork other objects from your wall. Then if possible, remove the nails so that you can start with a smooth surface. Dust the baseboards using the smooth side of a cleaning cloth. If you will be washing areas that you cannot easily reach, attach a microfiber pad or cleaning cloth, to any sweeper floor mop. Starting at the top of the wall begin by wiping the wall while working your way from top to bottom. You will be surprised at how much dust there is on your cleaning cloth. Once you have completely wiped the dust and all of the dust bunnies from the wall, rinse out your cleaning cloth with some fresh, clean water. Then mix your natural cleaner solution in a bucket with some white vinegar and some warm water. Always test your homemade natural cleaner solution on a small and inconspicuous area first before using. You’re going to want to use two buckets with one for your natural cleaner solution and another with some plain clean water. You will also want to have a dry cleaning cloth to dry the walls off afterwards.

You will find these house cleaning tips and tricks on the Home with Cupcakes and Crinoline site. On the site, you will find other house cleaning tips, natural cleaners, homemaking, recipes from slow cooker to dessert recipe ideas, craft ideas and more. **

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