Wall Cleaning Without Making peeling paint

Material – natural or chemical materials are safe to clean the wall without making peeling paint.

Cleaning the walls may be classified as a rare thing we do. The walls are usually only do we wash or clean it in time – a certain time, for example when the stains of food or drink, or exposed to residual sludge flood. At such times, we inevitably have to Graffiti removal the stained walls.


Stain – stains can be cleaned or that can not be

There is a kind of stain – specific stains can be cleaned, for example, oil stains, bersantan food, drinks, or mud stains. While for stains – specific stains like graffiti markers, lipstick, or ink, sometimes rather difficult or even impossible to remove. One – the only blemishes are the repainted walls.

Some types of stains can be easily removed by wiping using a tissue or clean cloth. But for stains – specific stains eg fry food stains or smudges of mud, the walls need to be cleaned and washed with water, usually with warm water. We can also add some cleaning agents, both natural cleaners and cleaning chemicals. If you choose a wall made from natural cleansers, you can choose baking soda, vinegar, or lemon juice. For walls made of chemical cleaners, you can use borax.

1. Baking soda

As already described in the article – the previous article, baking soda classified powerful cleaning agents that can be applied anywhere, including on a wall surface. You do this by adding a half cup of baking soda into a bucket of water. Mix well until baking soda mixed properly. Dip a sponge into the fluid, and wipe the stains on the wall slowly until the stain completely – completely disappeared.

You can also apply this liquid to clean the walls as a whole, starting from the top to the bottom and make a circular motion in order to minimize the wall paint is not peeling. After all cleaned, leave it to dry. The walls will be clean again after the liquid baking soda dries.

2. Vinegar

Just like baking soda, vinegar also has the ability as a natural cleaning fluid. However, vinegar has an advantage because it can be applied on the surface of the wall mossy and overgrown with fungus. In addition, vinegar can also be used to clean up the rest – the remaining oil, coconut milk, and food stains on the kitchen wall, backsplash, up to the counter and the area around the stove. You do this by mixing water and vinegar with the same dose alias 1: 1.

Dip a sponge into it, and then wipe the stained area with a wall of the sponge. Rub the sponge on the wall in a gentle and circular movements. Especially for cleaning stains that really – really stubborn, wash with vinegar alone without any additional water. Wipe with a sponge in a circular motion so that the paint does not peel.