Let us talk about how to clean and remove stains on those textured ceilings such as popcorn, fish scale, spray sand and swirl ceilings. These ceilings require advanced cleaning skills and are the most famous. Ceilings greatly enhance the entire look of a room. Probably the last thing you consider cleaning is the ceiling. Understand this, there are so many types of dynamic ceilings which require different approaches to cleaning. We will look into the different techniques useful for cleaning these ceilings.
Cleaning Dirt & Dust
Textured ceilings are great in catching dust and cobwebs. It is possible they can have stains on them. Some stains that are found on them are caused by cooking grease, roof leaking and cockroach droppings.
When your textured ceiling is dirty with dust and cobwebs, you can use a feather duster to clean the ceiling but the quickest and easiest way to remove cobwebs from a textured ceiling is to use your vacuum hose with a brush attachment. Roof leaking and cockroach droppings can cause stains on the ceiling. Ensure that you do not get the textured ceiling too wet when you are cleaning the stains. Textured ceilings are easily damaged that they may come loose if there are rubbed too hard when cleaning.
Cleaning water stains and cockroach dropping stains.
To clean the stains you need a ladder and a bucket/container. Mix 1 part bleach & vinegar with 5 parts of water. Make use of warm water to clean grease off textured ceilings. Dab the stains with a soft cloth to remove the stains. If the stains cannot be removed, consider repainting the ceiling or use a stain blocker for water stains.
You can make use of the following resources to have more info on how you can clean some of the most common ceiling types.
- How to clean a heavy textile ceiling
- Removing stains on ceilings
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