The Painless Way To Wash Walls | All you need is a sturdy large pad mop (this is the one that I use)and your choice of multipurpose cleaner in a spray bottle (a bottle filled with warm soapy water works too). Work top to bottom, left to right, and gently spray the wall down with your cleaner of choice. Apply some pressure and mop the wall. It seems to work best using a side to side motion then work your way down.
My sister Jody, who is the queen of clean is back with another installment in the LOST ART OF CLEANING series. This post is all about how to clean walls. It’s not difficult if you know the tricks, and Jody shares hers with us. Oh, you are going to LOVE her brilliant idea of how to use a washcloth in place of a swiffer! She’s a genius! A huge thank you Jody:)
Looking for a Homemade version of Magic Eraser? Well, step aside Mr. Clean because here comes Mrs. Cheap Healthy Clean with her homemade version for pennies on the dollar...toddler wall marks are gone, walls are bright and clean and everyone's happier! Check out how incredibly easy, cheap, effective - yet gentle enough for those painted walls this recipe for Homemade Magic Eraser really is!
Apartment Cleaning Checklist To Do Before You Unpack – Real Estate 101 – Trulia Blog
10 things to clean in your new apartment before you unpack: 1. Dust everything above your head 2. Get the bathroom fan 3. Wipe down the walls 4. Scrub those cabinets 5. Make the floors shine 6. Disinfect doorknobs and light switches 7. Replace old toilet seats 8. Wash the dishwasher 9. Deep-clean the fridge 10. Scour the bathroom