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Finally, after all the hard work and upheaval, your Newcastle home renovation project is complete.
You may have been waiting some time to get your house back to some kind of normality. Having the builders in can be very stressful, and towards the end of the project you will probably be sick of the sight of them...not to mention the mess!
A good builder will tidy up a fair amount themselves before they leave, but the dust will continue to resettle for sometime. You need to be sure you have removed as much of it as possible before you get stuck in to the painting and decorating. There may be plaster splattered over window sills and woodwork, sticky labels on new appliances and fittings, and a grubby layer of grout over freshly laid tiles. Although the builders have left, there are sure to be traces of their presence everywhere!
You may choose to hire professional cleaners to take care of the mess for you (Carpet Cleaning Newcastle). They will know the best methods for removing the remains following a construction project. They will also have all the specialist equipment needed to deal with each area. Often general household cleaning products are not strong enough to deal with this level of mess and a more powerful product is necessary. It is also a little unfair to expect your vacuum cleaner to suck up such vast amounts of dust, not only are you likely to break it but you run the risk of simply transferring the dirt from the building site to carpets in other areas of your home.
A better idea would be to hire an industrial vacuum cleaner. They are not expensive, they are built for the job, and you can keep your own hoover clean and safe for other tasks. Alternatively you could just buy a cheap hoover with the sole intention of throwing it away after the big clean up.
Clearing the mess yourself will take time. You will need to get stuck into it and it will be hard work. But if you are still keen to tackle the mess yourself here are some tips from the experts that you may find useful.
Cleaning after a building project:
1- To begin with, grab a broom and sweep out as much as you can. Use a smaller brush to get into all the corners, sweep shelves, work surfaces and the inside of cupboards. To avoid being engulfed by a huge dust cloud take your time and sweep dust into a bag as you go along.
2- Sugar soap is perfect for cleaning wall ready for painting. It is available from most DIY stores and not expensive.
3- Hire an industrial vacuum instead of using your usual household one. It will cope much better with lumps of plaster and cement. They are cheap enough to hire and built for the job.
4- Even after a big clean you will still probably need to wipe over again a few times to remove all the dust. It can be a never ending job. It may be worth roping in a friend or relative to give you a hand.
Cleaning up after the builders
As with any job it is essential you have the right tools to get it done properly. If you are going to do it yourself invest in the best equipment your budget allows. Seek advice from an expert or get a professional cleaning company to do it for you.
Renovating your home is a big, messy and expensive project that takes a lot of planning and perseverance. But in the long run it will all be worth while and you don't want to ruin the final appearance by cutting corners at the cleaning stage. The sooner the mess is cleared, the sooner you can focus your attention on enjoying your new space now the builders are finally gone!
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