Keeping a house clean is as essential as to keep clean yourself every day. After a week or so, you can see oily marks and grimes build up on the walls. It doesn’t matter whether you can see it or not at first glance, but your walls get covered with oil residue dirt and dust without you even knowing it. Your interior walls are not as clean as you think. Have you ever seen removing a picture from the wall? Yes, that square marks of dirt and dust shows you how much the walls are clean.
When you have decided to repaint the old and outdated colors of the walls, then make sure the walls are thoroughly cleaned. The repainting work depends upon how long ago the walls had been painted or the particular color which let you give a fresh look to the walls. Here we are providing a few tips on how to clean the walls to get them ready for Interior wall painting.
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- Dust the walls – In most rooms, the simplest way to clean the walls is to run a microfiber dust cloth that is attached on a long-handled weeper over the walls once in every quarter. This lead to the removal of dust, dirt, cobwebs which reduce the life on your paint. There is no need to take off all the photo frames, picture or wall hangings from the walls. Don’t forget to dust the ceiling. It only takes 10 to 15 minutes to dust the entire room.
- Wash the kitchen and shower walls – Once in every year or during Diwali time, you can remove the residues of cooking and steamy showers by cleaning the painted areas of kitchen and bathroom walls. If you have a wood-burning stove, fireplace, smoking area or place specifically used by children, then clean it regularly by rubbing it using a natural sponge with a combination of soap and water.
- Make your wall-washing detergent – Homemade detergent can do a great cleaning job of the interior walls. Mix 1 cup of borax and 2 tablespoons of dishwashing liquid in a 1 gallon of warm water. Another easy method is to mix 1 cup of ammonia and 1 teaspoon of dishwashing liquid in 1 gallon of water to create your own cleaning solutions for walls.
- Test painted walls before cleaning them – It is wise to use semi-gloss or glossy paint to paint the kitchen and bath walls. Most modern flat and satin paint are washable and always test the walls in an inconspicuous spot. Never wash the walls with tri-sodium phosphate (TSP) except when you have decided to repaint the walls because the chemical mixture can dull the finish.
- Wash high traffic areas – Even if you don’t have to time and energy to clean the entire room, the areas around switches, behind sofa and wall hangings need an occasional washing. Dust and dirt also tend to collect on walls behind TVs or other electronics like freeze, washing machine or above the heating grates and radiators. Only dusting is not enough to get rid of them, wash these areas on a routine basis.
All the above tips and tricks are for cleaning purpose. But for a perfect interior wall painting, you need to hire professional Interior Wall Painting in Bangalore. These talented and highly qualified wall painters know everything about different varieties of interior wall painting trending in the market. The expert painters will do a thorough inspection of the walls whether they are ready for painting purpose or not, then after consultation and keeping the client’s requirement they start the wall painting tasks. To get that dreamy touch in your house’ interior walls in Bangalore, contact TechSquadTeam on 080-4653-5800 or book our service on our website www.techsquadteam.com.
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