Cleaning Painted Walls
No matter how much you take care of your walls and that they are
recently painted, they do get dirty and dusty very easily. Here are
some tips to clean walls painted recently and doors to give a new
shine to your home without spending money:
- Cove the floor and immovable furniture in
the room with old sheets and newspapers so that they don't get dirty
from all the cleaning, falling dust and drippings of soap solutions.
- If your walls have been painted already, all
you have to do to clean them is to clean the cobwebs first and then
dust them well using a brush or soft cloth rag.
- If the paint is washable, then dip the sponge in a
cleaning solution and squeeze it well and clean the wall from top
the bottom. Then use a dry clean rag to dry-wipe the wall.
- Clean shower walls by spraying phosphoric
acid cleaner on them and then wiping it off using a soft cloth rag
or a sponge. This will remove all the dust and deposits on the
walls. Then use a hand sprayer to spray any citrus-based solution to
remove the soap scrum from the wall and then wipe it off using a
- Wear eye protective gear as protection for
your eyes before starting the entire wall cleaning process.
- Damp walls and moisture-ridden walls need
more ventilation and air circulation, so keep windows open during
summers. However, in monsoons and winters, windows should remain
closed so that humidity cannot make your walls damper.
- Use a dry clean cloth rag to wipe off the
dust from the doors first and then use a wet cloth for additional
cleanliness. Apply one coat of oil wood to keep your doors in good