How to Remove Nicotine Stains From Walls?

Posted on Oct 7 2011 at 02:27:37 AM in How-To

How to Remove Nicotine Stains From Walls?

Nicotine stains are one of the toughest and hardest to remove. Covering your walls with a fresh layer  of paint works only as a temporary solution, as the oily residue will soon seep through the painted areas. Even some of the top cleaners in Melbourne find it difficult to remove those nasty yellow stains from walls. If you want to remove this problem, you should follow a few easy tips.

For cleaning a wall that is made of wood, you would like to combine one or two tablespoons of your standard dishwashing cleaning agent with hot water. Shuffle the mixture until large foam is created. Apply the foam on the desired areas and scrub with a sponge or a rag. Afterwards dry thoroughly with a fresh towel.

A cup of hot water plus a tablespoon of rubbing alcohol and two cups of hydrogen peroxide is a concoction, which should help removing the nicotine stains from your vinyl wallpapers. Rub gently with a soft-bristled brush or a cloth and rinse. If the stains are still there re-do the procedure. It also can be used on stone or ceramic walls.

For rejuvenating your painted walls you can create an eco-friendly mixture with items, located in your kitchens cupboards. A quarter cup of white distilled vinegar, ½ cup of sugar and ½ cup of your daily laundry detergent mixed with half cup of warm water should do the trick. Apply with a soft cloth or maybe a sponge, rub until clean and wipe it dry with a clean towel afterwards.

Nicotine can be an enemy not only to our health, but also to our homes. Stains caused by cigarette smoke are really tough and troublesome. The stains require a lot of scrubbing and cleaning, even top companies like end of lease cleaning Melbourne and many more, get disappointed when they walk into a smoker`s home to do a cleaning job. And in conclusion – I think we all know what is the best solution to get rid of the stains on your walls and your lungs – stop smoking.

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Author: lisaheader
Created: Oct 7 2011 at 02:27:37 AM
Updated: Oct 7 2011 at 02:28:29 AM
Category: How-To
Language: English