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Old 06-30-2006, 02:39 PM   #1
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I'm prepping for paint this weekend. In the past I've washed walls with water prior to painting. No TSP or anything. I have to use something to clean the kitchen ceiling though. It's worse than I thought. The grease isn't visible but I can feel it on the paint. I was going to use TSP but someone suggested using Palmolive ultra oxy plus dish liquid because it's phosphate free and does just as good a job without having to worry about rinsing it real good. I was told TSP is not totally rinsed off the surface it can cause adhesion problems down the road. Anyone ever use dish liquid to wash walls before paint?? thanks

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Sounds horrible
You'd have to rinse that for sure....a lot

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