You ask me, “How can you extend your wall paint?” I know your pain. You just painted the inside of your lovely Solana Beach home and already your walls don’t look as nice as they could. Between your kids and dogs and just plain daily living, your Solana Beach wall paint is dingy and you are disappointed. Guess what? Even in Solana Beach you live in your home. Your walls are going to get dirty. Instead of trying to prevent your walls from getting dirty, you need to know how to clean your walls properly to extend find out how to extend your wall paint.
Dusting to extend your wall paint
There are many ways to dust your walls. You can easily use the soft brush on your vacuum cleaner with the extender handle. In the alternative, you can put a dish rag or cloth on the end of a broom and, using a dusting spray, wipe the walls gently. Any new dirt should be wiped up as soon as you see it.
Extend your wall paint: Flat Paint
We will start with the most difficult and porous walls to clean. These flat walls in your Solana Beach home need love when they are dirty. Start with the least harsh and work forward.
- The least harsh would clearly be warm water on a soft rag. If that doesn’t budge the pesky stains move on
- The next is the handy dandy magic eraser.
- 1 T laundry detergent to 1 gallon of water the next step up. Be careful, you are getting into some more dangerous waters.
- To one gallon of water add 1 cup ammonia, 1/2 cup vinegar, and 1/4 cup baking soda, clean with a soft sponge.
If you are on top of things, one of these strategies ought to clean up your indoor flat paint. Guess what? If it doesn’t work, you may want to consider repainting your Solana Beach home.