wash your beautifully painted walls it is a fact of life that eventually something is going
to happen that makes you have to dive into the cleaning supplies and get to work.
Whether it is due to the rambunctious actions of your children, an unforeseen accident,
or simply build up over time at one point or another your painted wall is going to
require some cleaning. While there are many different types of paints and different rules
on how to wash them, always remember that if you have any questions on how to paint
your wall you can always rely on expert licensed Winnipeg painters to handle your
painting. This way you know all the work will be professionally done, without making a
Recently there has been a surge in popularity for latex painted interior walls because
they are tad easier to put up and the upkeep is generally considered to be a little less
daunting. If you’ve got a big stain, say pen, crayon or colored pencil on your latex
painted interior wall the first thing you’re going to want to do is reach for the white
vinegar. While it may seem hard to believe, good old-fashioned white vinegar mixed
with some water can do the trick just perfectly! Simply add a few (2-3) tablespoons of
that white vinegar into a gallon of water and place a sponge in it, after wringing out the
sponge you can take the sponge to the stain and get to work. Of course, always be careful
to completely wring out the sponge: especially when working around any sort of outlet
or light fixture!
Oil-based paint is certainly less common than it used to be but that does not mean that
there is not some walls out there that could use a good cleaning that are painted with oil
based paints. If your interior walls are coated with oil-based paints you are going to have
to put together a mixture that may seem complicated at first, but I promise that it will
do the trick just fine! Like your latex-based paint counterparts you are first going to grab
that white vinegar but take just a quarter of a teaspoon. Then: mix it with a litre of
regular tap water and a full teaspoon of dishwashing detergent. Once your mixture is
complete get out your soft sponge, dunk it and then wring it out. Once the wringing out
process is over, simply scrub it against the stain.
Life happens. Eventually you’ll be in need of advice on how to properly clean up your
painted walls, it is merely one of those things that comes with owning and upkeeping a
home. By using our tips listed above you can easily get the wall cleaning done and over
with and get on with your busy life. If you have any questions, call a licensed expert and
get the help you need!