Cleaning Textured Walls

When my boys were little, I discovered a great way to spot clean my walls. Using foam bathroom cleaner and a soft cloth is gentle on the paint, yet removes dirt and grime with no rinsing required.

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February 14, 2011 Flag

Tips and ideas for cleaning textured walls. Post your ideas.

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Cleaning Textured Walls

When cleaning textured walls, slip and an old sock over your hand. A sponge sometimes tears easily and the old sock will not break in bits and pieces like a sponge.

By Gladys Hill (11/26/2004)

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Cleaning Textured Walls

I use an old toothbrush or fingernail cleaning brush because our textured walls seem so deep. I get a bucket of hot water with a little bit of dishsoap in it and it doesn't take much at all to scrub it out. (11/27/2004)

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