Undertaking a renovation or construction project at home is exciting, but post-construction cleaning can be challenging. Dust, dirt, and debris can accumulate rapidly, turning your home into a veritable construction site. Explore essential topics to assist you in cleaning your home after the project and regain the comfort of your abode.
Preparation and safety
Before you begin cleaning, make sure that all hazardous debris, such as nails and broken glass, is removed. Use safety equipment, such as gloves and masks, to ensure your safety during the cleaning process.
Start cleaning with the most affected rooms, removing the bulk of the dirt with a broom or vacuum cleaner. Clean all surfaces, including walls, floors, windows, and doors. Use appropriate cleaning products for each type of surface.
Specific waste removal
For the removal of paint on the floor, use appropriate solvents and follow the manufacturer’s instructions. Clean and polish glass and mirrors with specific products to avoid stains.
Details and finishing
Carefully clean all doorknobs, light switches, and electrical outlets. They accumulate dirt and germs easily. Check the furniture and decorative items. It may be necessary to clean and polish wooden furniture, upholstery, and decorative objects that have been affected by the construction.