As anyone who has ever used hairspray knows, it doesn’t all just go into your hair. It floats through the air until it finally settles on the nearest available surface. Walls are of the victim of excess hairspray. If you’ve noticed that your walls are a little on the sticky side from hairspray buildup, here’s a few quick ways to get rid of it.
- · It only makes sense that what takes the hairspray out of your hair will also remove it from the walls. Wipe down the walls with shampoo and rinse them off with a damp cloth.
- · Vinegar cuts through almost everything. Wipe it onto the sticky area to get rid of the hairspray.
- · One part fabric softener to two parts water is handy for cleaning up messes such as this. Spray it onto the walls and wipe it away.
- · I know I mention baking soda a lot, and here is no exception. Mix it with water into a thick paste and scrub away the stickiness.