Tool Time Cabinet Renovation: Cleaning Tool Cabinet affected area.

Giving walls a new life with paint is quite exciting but there are a few things we need to do first. Surfaces should be cleaned and smoothed out. Any holes should be fixed.  
Walls should be always dusted with a vacum cleaner or wiped. The ones in the Tool Cabinet "affected area" are in very good shape so I just used a damp cotton cloth to remove dust. 

Floors should be also brushed and cleaned. We used the Libman Roller Mop with Scrub Brush, generously provided to us by The Home Depot. I really liked the double function of having a brush and a sponge in one mop. It saves space and time!

The mop's roller mechanism controlled by a lever on the handle allows me to squeeze most of the water out of my sponge.This is ideal when cleaning our laminated floors.
The hard plastic brush scrubs and removes any tough dirt. Can you see the green cleaning pads on the sponge? They help lift any dirt left behind by the brush. It's very easy to use!


To prolong brush and sponge life we clean, rinse and dry them immediately after each use.

The Tool Cabinet "affected area" has been cleaned. Painting the walls is next. Stay tuned!

Did you see the removal of the Old Tool Cabinet?

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