The most common wall covering is washable wallpaper, which is treated with vinyl for easier cleaning. But many other coverings exist, including delicate papers; fabrics such as cotton, linen, silk, rayon, hessian and velvet; and coverings made from grass, reeds, hemp, cork or leather. They generally are not washable, although some gentle cleaning methods are unlikely to harm them.
Paint brush and roller care: 10 tips
Properly caring for your brushes and rollers helps to keep them in working order for as long as possible. Taking care of your brushes and rollers can also make it easier to start your painting projects and keep them smooth. Here are 10 tips for paint brush and roller care.
5 handy tips for cleaning up after painting
Done painting for the day and unsure how to clean up? Here are five handy tips for cleaning and storing your painting tools.
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3 key pieces of advice for washing painted walls
Thinking about painting or wallpapering a wall that’s past its prime? Although fixing small holes are good start in prepping surfaces, washing painted walls and removing stains beforehand is a must. Here are some other tips.
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Clean your paint material in 4 easy steps
If you dread the moment, often tedious, where you have to clean your paint material, read on and discover a technique of maintenance in 4 easy steps!
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