I am married to a wonderful man and have a beautiful 2 year old daughter. Our lives, just like everyone’s, are crazy busy, but in the midst of that I love to clean, I love to organize, I love to decorate. I also love to help others do the same. For years people have asked me questions about cleaning, meal planning and other household things. I decided to start compiling these questions and blogging about them to help out as many people as possible. You can find me at Ask Anna Moseley.
I love the feeling that a clean, organized and beautiful home brings. My desire is that everyone can experience this feeling. Cleaning, organizing and decorating don’t have to be hard and they don’t have to be “chores”. My wish is to teach you the tools to make these things easier so that you can spend more time enjoying your family and be proud of the space you live in.
Getting Rid of Hairspray Residue
Here’s what to do:
2. Spray the shampoo mixture on the walls, doors, floors, counter top, curling irons, etc.
3. Let it set for at least a minute or two.
4. Using a sponge scrub the shampoo mixture off. Be careful when scrubbing the walls, don’t use too much pressure because you don’t want to take the paint off the walls!
5. Using a clean cloth dry the walls.
6. After drying the walls, door, etc. run your hand along them, this is what I call the “touch test”. If they still feel a little sticky then repeat the process, they’re might be layers and layers of hair spray that need to be removed. If the walls, doors, etc. feel smooth then you are finished!