How to clean gamazine walls

How To Clean Gamazine Walls

When going through your weekly or monthly cleaning routine, don’t forget one of the most important parts which is often overlooked – your walls. If at some point you have used gamazine on your walls, you may be wondering how to clean them the best way possible. The expert team at SweepSouth has put together the best method for cleaning stains off a gamazine wall to leave them streak-free and looking pleasing to the eye. For all your other home tips and cleaning service requirements, book a SweepStar to provide the best service possible.

Before looking at ways to use wall cleaners to clean mildew from walls, let’s take a quick look at what gamazine is and why it is used. 

What Is Gamazine Made Of?

Gamazine is a type of granular plaster used as a wall and ceiling coating for decorative purposes. It can be used as an interior or an exterior coating. It is made of a mixture of quartz, stone, and various chemicals. These elements are blended together to form a paste with a smooth texture that gets used for wall coating. You can put gamazine on painted walls or ceilings to change their colours and better suit your lifestyle.

How Do You Apply Gamazine?

Gamazine is best applied using steel trowels. Do not apply it with a paint brush or paint roller. Gamazine can be applied to any hard surface, including the following: asbestos, bricks, cement, wood, steel, fibreglass, gypsum, tiles, and concrete plaster. 

How To Clean Gamazine Walls

Now that we know a bit more about the main product we’re speaking about and what it’s used for, let’s take a look at the best way to clean gamazine walls.

What You’ll Need:

  • A vacuum cleaner
  • The soft brush attachment for your vacuum cleaner
  • A microfiber cloth or sponge
  • A store-bought or homemade cleaning solution
  • A ladder
  1. Make The Necessary Preparations

This is an important step, especially if you are cleaning a large surface area on a wall or more than one wall. To make your life easier, move any furniture away from the cleaning area and remove any frames and other wall ornaments from the wall. 

  1. Vacuum The Wall

The first bit of cleaning that must be done is to remove the surface layer of dust from the wall. Do this by attaching a soft brush attachment to your vacuum and use it to vacuum the wall. If you don’t have a soft brush attachment for your vacuum, use a hand-held soft brush to run over the wall.

  1. Form Your Cleaning Solution

If you’re using a cleaning solution bought from a store, make sure to get a suitable one for the job. If you’d prefer to use a homemade solution, here are some great cleaning agents that are very easy to make:

  • Vinegar: Mix 4 tablespoons of white distilled vinegar with 3,5 litres of water.
  • Dishwashing Liquid: Mix 5 drops of dishwashing liquid in half a bucket of water. 
  1. Clean The Wall

Dampen a microfiber cloth or sponge with your chosen cleaning solution and use it to wipe your wall. Hop onto a ladder for any hard-to-reach places or use a cleaning tool that has an attachment suitable for reaching high up.

  1. Dry The Wall

If you have a fan or two, turn them on in the direction of the wall. If not, open as many windows as possible to allow ventilation in the room so that the walls don’t take long to dry. While you’re waiting for your wall to dry, clean your couches that were moved to save time. Once your wall has dried, return the furniture and wall ornaments to their original positions. 

When cleaning your walls, it’s best to stay away from products that have alcohol or harsh chemicals. Be sure to clean your walls regularly to keep them looking good and ready for any visitors.