Easy Way To Clean Your Walls!

Do You Need To Clean Your Walls?

Easy Way To Clean Your Walls!

Do You Know To Clean Your Walls? It’s a Lost Art!

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    • Carrie Groneman
      Carrie Groneman says:

      I’m SO glad you are enjoying A Mother’s Shadow blog Christie! If you subscribe to my newsletter you will see all the posts are going up, as well I link you to the posts that were up the previous week. I hope that helps you keep track of what I am posting. Also we are working on our pinterest board to make it a bit more user-friendly. If you have any suggestions, we are all ears:) Thank you for stopping by and can’t wait to hear from you soon.

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    • Carrie Groneman
      Carrie Groneman says:

      It is one of my favorite places to go and take the grand kids too. I’m so lucky to live close and to see the period clothing, tools, houses, etc. It really is something, you’ll have to come visit Utah sometime Linda.

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  1. Jessica
    Jessica says:

    I used this technique to clean my walls while I was “nesting,” and it made such an incredible difference. I think it’s one of those chores that gets overlooked so often, but once it’s done, it looks so much better.

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  2. Gina
    Gina says:

    I’m so impressed that you finished your novel and are promoting it! I’ve written a novel myself and just wrote a brief memoir. But, I’m nowhere near done editing them. It’s so inspiring to see what you’ve done here. Congratulations!

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  3. Diane Roark
    Diane Roark says:

    Carrie,

    Thank you for sharing this great cleaning tip. I cannot tell you when the last time I cleaned the walls except for getting the marks with a magic eraser. I need to get busy.
    Blessings,
    Diane Roark

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    • Carrie Groneman
      Carrie Groneman says:

      I use Magic Erasers on a regular basis with the grand kids frequenting, and all the big people coming through also. They are the best!!! In fact, my daughter used them in the bath tub to get out the soap scum that builds up and I could not believe that it came out so easily! Try it first in a non-conspicuous place to make sure it is compatible with your paint. I LOVE them:)

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