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House becomes messy after the repair or renovation is done and you then need to spend a couple of hours, days or even a week to remove the generated dust. Here are a few after home renovation cleaning tips. – PowerPoint PPT presentation

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Title: Ideal Ways to Clean Home After Renovation

Ideal Ways to Clean Home After Renovation
Topics to be Discussed
  • About Home Renovation
  • Cleaning Tips after Home Renovation
  • About Us

About Home Renovation
The concept of home improvement, home renovation,
or remodeling is the process of renovating or
making additions to one's home. Home improvement
can consist of projects that upgrade an existing
home interior (such as electrical and plumbing),
exterior (masonry, concrete, siding, roofing), or
other improvements to the property (i.e. garden
work or garage maintenance/additions).
Cleaning Tips After Home Renovation
After the repair or renovation is done, you then
need to spend a couple of hours, days or even a
week just to remove the generated dust. Here are
8 effective cleaning tips after a home renovation
1. Know where to start from
Before you do anything else, you need to open the
windows to ventilate the place. As you begin to
clean, always start from the top and move towards
the bottom. Since the walls have likely
accumulated some dust, you can wipe them with a
damp cloth or use a backpack vacuum cleaner.
2. Cleaning in the bathroom
If you have replaced the sink in the bathroom or
done some other renovation work there, you must
first clean the sanitary ware and remove the
debris left after renovation. First, use a dry
microfibre cloth and then a wet one. That way you
can deal with the dust on the tiles.
3. Cleaning windows
If you notice some glue or silicone residue on
the windows, you need to remove it with a
scraper. Be very gentle not to scratch the
material. If there are drops of paint around the
edge of the window frame, you can use a cotton
pad with nail polish remover to clear it.
4. Cleaning spots
If you find a spot in the area that is tough to
clean, you will need something a little more
potent than just water. According to experts,
ammonia works well for individual spots. Dilute
it with water and apply it with a cloth and
scrub. You can also have the spots removed with
the help of a backpack vacuum.
5. Fight unpleasant odor
In many cases smell from paint or some other
building material is left to linger in the area.
Since that is rather unpleasant, you can employ
baking soda to help you out. Fill a bowl with
baking soda and place it in the room overnight.
It will absorb the unpleasant odor and refresh
the place.
6. Cleaning the floor
An effective way to remove dust is through vacuum
cleaning. Vacuum thoroughly all the surfaces
including the window frames, sill and skirting,
and everywhere where dust is most likely settle.
After vacuuming all the surfaces, you can then
wipe it with a damp cloth to thoroughly clean the
7. Professional help
Professional cleaning services are quite common
and are an excellent way to tackle the task.
Instead of bothering with the cleaning process,
you can let professionals handle every single
aspect of it. They will come with the gear and
solutions they need to deal with the job to the
highest standard.
8. Vacuum the carpets
Mopping alone cannot thoroughly remove the dust
because it will only wet the dust and leave muddy
lines. Let the floor dry for a moment then scrub
it with a clean and dry cloth to remove the dirt
left on the floor from mopping. Hardwood flooring
should be vacuumed with the best vacuum cleaners
before using a scrubber drier.
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