As time progresses, we begin to see how our walls seem to gather dirt and grime. For the most part, we don’t even know how it happened or when the dirt got there in the first place. The good thing is that there is something you can actually do about it. You will no longer stress about having dirty walls within the property. Today you will learn all there is to know about cleaning painted walls the correct way. Let’s get started on showing you how cleaning painted walls should be done.
Before you get to clean that wall, make sure it has been a little over 2 weeks before you go about the cleaning or else the paint will get damaged. Now that we got that out of the way, the first thing you can do to clean a dusty painted wall is to use your vacuum cleaner. That’s right, your vacuum cleaner but more specifically, the soft brush attachment that comes with it. Most people think there is no real use to that brush, but you’ll fall in love with it once you see what it can do. Vacuum your walls gently.
If you are trying to remove grime and nit dust from your wall, you are going to need a bucket of water with drops of mild dish detergent and don’t forget to use a sop bristle brush or a microfiber rag to wipe the wall’s surface. Remember to not put the water anywhere near the electrical connections. You can also use smudge erasing products, feel free to use the product that you prefer and use it as instructed.
After all is said and done, your walls should be pretty clean. If you still notice a faded or peeled area then the only solution is to re-do painting since cleaning it won’t solve the problem.