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Clean your tiles using your vacuum cleaner dust brush attachment. You can remove stains and dirt with mild soap and water, but do not let the tiles get too wet.
Protect furniture, fixtures and floors with drop cloths or newspaper.
Use a long handled device when possible to prevent using a ladder or stepping stool.
Wash ceilings before cleaning walls and floors to prevent soils from falling on them.
Remove cobwebs from ceilings with a long handled wool duster or vacuum brush.
Wear rubber gloves with cuffs when using liquid cleaning products on ceilings.
Wear goggles or eye protection when cleaning ceilings.
DO NOT allow drips to run down walls.
DO NOT allow water or cleaning agents to drip onto furniture, fixtures or floors.
DO NOT rub cobwebs onto ceilings. They will leave an ugly mark or smear.
Cleaning Acoustical Ceiling Tiles
Acoustical tile ceilings act as sponges for sound, soaking up excess noise to create a more pleasant environment.
Unfortunately, these tiles also absorb airborne dirt, grease, cigarette smoke, nicotine, and bacteria, making ceilings dirty.
Professional cleaning solution can break down the dirt film into micro-dust particles that evaporate into the atmosphere and are filtered away through the air handling system.
Acoustic tile ceilings can usually be professionally cleaned for about 20% of the cost of replacement and 50% of the cost of painting.
Partial replacement of ceiling tiles results in a checkerboard look. Regular cleaning assures the uniform appearance of your ceiling for years to come.
Painting is messy and it can destroy the acoustical value and can alter the fire rating of your tiles. Cleaning ceiling tiles retains these qualities without leaving a lingering odor.
The first step is to vacuum the cobwebs off. Cobwebs tend to be rather "greasy" since they catch all sorts of air-borne dust and cooking smoke. Avoid using any sort of dusting rag or cloth because rubbing them onto the ceiling can cause marks that are very difficult to remove.
The second best choice would be to use a feather duster, but being careful to lift the cobwebs from the ceiling. Remove the cobwebs from the feather duster before doing any other dusting or they may leave marks elsewhere!
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