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are oil emissions during cooking making dust and cobwebs stick to your kitchen walls here are a few home remedies for your sticky problem
Kitchen cleaning

Are oil emissions during cooking making dust and cobwebs stick to your kitchen walls? Here are a few home remedies for your sticky problem!

Cleaning may not be a fun job but we’re here to make it easy for you.

If your kitchen walls are filled with cobwebs, we’ve got this easy step-by-step process to help get rid of them.


For regular cleaning

Step 1:

Use a broom head covered with a clean microfibre cloth to clear the dust from the walls.

Step 2:

Mix 3 tablespoons each of ammonia, vinegar and baking soda in a bucket of warm water.

Step 3:

Soak a sponge in the solution, wring it and start dabbing the walls in a circular motion. Rinse the walls and wipe them dry with a clean rag.


For tough dirt and grime

Step 1:

Make a paste by mixing 2 tablespoons of baking soda and warm water in a bowl. Apply the paste to tough dirt spots with a sponge and let it dry. Wipe off the paste with a clean dishcloth.

Step 2:

Rinse the walls with a damp cloth to remove the residue and dry them with clean towels.