Best Cleanup Crew After Remodeling Your Home in Petaluma
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Just had a remodeling project finished, you hoped the builders would have tidied up a bit more. After a renovation, dust can travel throughout the house into unexpected places. Having renovators in your house can bring about stress, and the least of your worries should be a dirty house after a wonderful remodel just took place. You want to make sure to get rid of all the dust roaming about before any painting begins. Pieces of the mess may be left behind from the builders, but you can't count on them to provide a 100% cleanup afterwards. There are sure to be traces left behind.
Often, the average house cleaning products do not have the strength to combat this kind of mess. Don't expect your every day carpet cleaner to be able pick up such an abundant amount of dirt, dust, possibly plaster. You run the risk of breaking the vacuum, and bringing the dirt around to other areas of the house due to the over-exhaustion of the vacuum. A better idea would be to hire a professional to take care of the job.
Tips for Cleaning after the Builders
They are finally out of the house, but a big mess was left behind. How do you tackle it? If you are going after this alone, be sure to have the following cleaning necessities:
-vacuum (borrow, rent, or hire an industrial cleaner... especially if there are chunks of plaster and cement)
-broom/sweeper, big and small
-sugar soap, available from many diy stores, also Home Depot and other stores designed to help in renovators
Strap a pair of gloves on your hand to protect yourself from any unexpected pieces of sharp metal or glass. Take you broom or sweep, and gently sweep together piles of dust, cement, metal, plaster, whatever rubbish you don't want lying around. Be sure to slowly sweep into piles so as not to fling dust particles into the air, definitely not something you want to breathe in if you can help it!
Now use a smaller broom, possibly one you can use with one hand and sweep into a dustpan, from which you can dump the waste into your garbage bin.
Now, after most of the larger remnants of rubbish is in the trash can, take a vacuum and begin to suck the rest up. Be sure it is a powerful vacuum, some weak vacuums can get clogged and will not hold the waste as well. It could potentially leak the waste around the house as you move your vacuum about. If you do not have a powerful vacuum, borrow or rent one, are call a local Petaluma Carpet Cleaner to help out.
If you purchased some sugar soap, here's where the touching up comes in. Sugar soap is used to clean surfaces free of grime, dust, grease, and any dirt from the surface to prepare the surface for a fresh paint job. Water can be used to water down or think out the sugar soap to make it go further. Or it can be used in its natural state. Wipe your surfaces with this nifty solution, and step back in stellar awe in an awesome job well done.
As with any chore and project, it takes perseverance and the right tools to complete. Have your mind set on your goals and finish it as quickly as possible after the renovation. You absolutely do not want to have any dirt or dust particles floating around in your house for a lengthy period of time.
If you need a hand, give your Petaluma Carpet Cleaners a call at (707) 358-3050 and will be there to take care of a swift cleanup,