What's the best way to clean walls?

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I don't know why, but our walls get dusty so fast. I've been trying to use the vacuum, but the hose isn't long enough and the brush attachment is too small. 

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member since mar 2016

I gave up and bought  this for my wife


Good luck!

ccsoundguy 3 years ago

Haha! I love that sign, @@patrickgevara 

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Lori Oates replied to 3 years ago

Haha! I love that sign, @@patrickgevara 

@ccsoundguy That is too funny!

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These might be the ticket:

ccsoundguy 3 years ago

Not bad on prices, thanks. @@lori_oates 


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Use swifter dry mop to dust them off. If you use wet then dust turns to dirt then you have to wash. Hope it helps

ccsoundguy 3 years ago

Thanks, @@renda_muklewicz 


I'm bored so I'm always finding ways to do stuff.

I use a few things. Bleach, simple green which works on anything even putting it in ur laundry. That's what has been best for my walls. Hope that helps u. =) 

ccsoundguy 3 years ago

Thanks, Tiffany


member since may 2016

Dryer sheets work well for dusting. It also helps prevent dust as well and leaves the house smelling nice. Might be worth a try but I would probably just buy a generic brand for that purpose. 

ccsoundguy 3 years ago

Really? That's interesting, Kim! Thanks for the tip. I'll give that a try as soon as I get an extension duster


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