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How to clean painted walls starts with checking the paint type. Then dust, line the area below it with towels, fill buckets, and clean.
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“What? Oh, because it has all those spots on it,” realizes David.
“Exactly,” agrees Stephanie. “Smudges, marks, spots, they’re all there. I don’t know how long most of them have been there but they need to be gone.”
David nods. “I don’t want them there either. I’ll go get… actually, I don’t know what we need to clean walls. How do you go about cleaning a painted wall? Accidentally damaging our wall paint is not on my to-do list today.”
Stephanie chuckles dryly. “Mine either. Let’s look up how to clean painted walls safely on Google. It worked when we were looking up how to prepare walls for painting.”
Stephanie gets out her phone and starts typing into Google. Here is what she ends up finding:
Knowing the type of paint before you clean could be the difference between cleaning your walls and damaging them.
Flat, or matte, and eggshell finishes are hard to clean. Scrubbing too much or too hard can damage the paint. You need to use a gentle hand or it can start peeling. Satin, semi-gloss, and glossy paints are more durable. You’ll still not want to scrub too hard.
Don’t use cleaning products with ammonia. It can soften latex paint which makes it easier to damage.