Want to Banish Grease Stains on Your Kitchen Walls? Try This Now!

Are your kitchen walls covered with stubborn oil splatters? Don’t worry. This easy cleaning method will give your walls a thorough clean-up and a fresh look.


Want to Banish Grease Stains on Your Kitchen Walls? Try This Now!

During each cooking session, oil-splatters, steam and dust tend to leave a sticky residue on the walls. This residue builds over time and becomes harder to remove. Cleaning those stubborn grease stains might seem challenging, but don’t worry. A few household ingredients can rescue your stained kitchen walls in ways you might never have imagined!

You can easily clean those stains from your kitchen walls using a few natural ingredients.

Step 1:

Combine 2 tsp. of vinegar and 1 tsp. of baking soda in a bowl and mix well. Add this concoction to a microwave-safe bowl and warm for 20 seconds. Pour the solution into a spray bottle and cover the stained areas of the walls. Spray the area 5-6 times at 10-minute intervals. This will soften stubborn grease stains and make the cleaning process easier.

Step 2:

Pour 1 tsp. of dishwashing liquid on a sponge and scrub at the stains. This will clean up most of the residue.

Step 3:

Take a clean cloth and a bowl full of warm water. Dip the cloth in the water, wring out the excess water and start wiping over the remaining stain. Wipe using a circular motion and start from top to bottom. Lay towels on the floor to absorb the water that drips down.

Step 4:

To clean hard-to-reach spots like the intersections of tiles, take an old toothbrush, squeeze out some toothpaste on it, and start scrubbing.

There you have it! By this stage, the stubborn stains will be gone!

Now you can confidently cook all kinds of delicacies without worrying about oil deposits staining your walls as you’ve got an effective cleaning method handy.

This solution works on all kinds of walls, without damaging the paint.

Key Step

After each cooking session, wipe oil stains away with a clean cloth to keep them from building up and hardening.

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