by Lee Wyatt
(last updated August 12, 2019)
Without a doubt, bugs are nasty little critters that no one really likes to deal with, and like to clean up after even less. It is for this reason, among a few others, that many people simply smash the bugs as soon as they see them. Unfortunately, there is usually a nasty residue left behind when someone does this. Cleaning smashed bugs from walls isn't all that difficult, particularly if you use one of these methods.
One word of warning that you should keep in mind before you actually start using any of the methods listed above: Each method has the potential to wear away the paint from your walls. This means that you should always test out the cleaning method in an out of the way or less noticeable area before you begin to clean the bug stains. This way if the paint does get wiped away it won't be as easily seen as on other areas of the walls. In addition, you will want to make sure that you let the area of the wall you tested dry completely before you proceed to clean the bug stains.
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