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    Default Cleaning painted rendered walls?

    Hey, how can I get mould, grease and caked on dust of the walls. I've tried vinegar on the mould, but it's stubborn, should I use bleach? Will that ruin the paint?
    Although I can always repaint if needed. And what can I use for the greasy dusty walls? They are yellow instead of blue.

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    Maybe sugar soap? It's great stuff

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    Gumption is always a good one too!!


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    Internal or external walls? If they're outside, hit them with a gurney!

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    Internal walls.. I will try everything

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    I used gumption, went alright.

    Don't use metho, that was a bad choice. Took the paint off and we had to repaint.

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    I wouldn't mind repainting, id love a purple house but I'll try gumption first

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    Well, if you do need to take paint off, Metho! Haha!

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