Other than paint what can you put on bathroom walls to help with hairs

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  • Sandy Mills McDowell Sandy Mills McDowell on Dec 11, 2017
    Not sure how this happens, but could you be more detailed about the problem??

  • I wash the walls. Use a swiffer type mop, goes quick!

  • Cindy Cindy on Dec 11, 2017
    You could install wainscoting. Or, if hair is the issue, maybe install closed cabinetry.

  • Linda Sikut Linda Sikut on Dec 11, 2017
    Are you saying that hair sticks onto your bathroom walls? I don't know if you mean your hair, or that of a pet. Basically, I'd guess that it just needs to be wiped down more often. I believe it sticks due to static electricity so it will most likely stick to anything. The best finish you could have to keep it from being a huge job would be something smooth. That's not to say it won't be there, but digging it out of crevices is a lot more work. Are you saying it's on the floor? Then having a Swiffer type mop close by, like Naomie said, and using it daily will help. Is it a problem in the bath tub? Then keep a microfiber cloth handy or grab a piece of toilet paper, clean it up and flush it away every time you or anyone else showers. Hope that helps. I wish you the best.

  • Cynthia H Cynthia H on Dec 11, 2017
    My mom used to have a problem getting hairspray on the wall behind her (or I should say I had the problem with cleaning it) in the bathroom. I used to wash it with a sponge and vinegar. I thought that might be what you meant. Goo gone might work, also, although I'd be worried about damaging the wall.

  • Nancy Fisher Nancy Fisher on Dec 11, 2017
    Try wiping surfaces with dryer softener sheets.