Quick Guide to Post-Remodel Clean-Up

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Remodeling a room is a lot of fun: designing to creating to the finished product, it can be a rewarding process. Unfortunately, your remodeled room doesn't clean itself, so let's take a look at a few ideas for cleaning after your remodeling.

The biggest problem is dust and debris brought in, created, and stirred up during the remodeling. In a focused dusting beyond your normal house cleaning, work on the areas that need dusting the most, starting at the top of the room and working down:

Light Fixtures & Vents:

These are common hiding placed for dust and need some attention to get clean again. Wipe the vents down with a damp cloth or one spritzed with vinegar. Clean the light fixtures, including ceiling fans, and remember that you can put glass globes and sconces in the dishwasher.

Walls:

You shouldn't need to do too much, but like any other surface, remodeling debris could settle on the surface. Freshly painted walls should be carefully dry dusted, but otherwise, clean your walls as you normally would. Remember to dry to prevent water damage and mildew.

Vacuum:

When you get the vacuum, start with the furniture before moving on to the floor. Dust and dirt particles can get trapped in the fabric and cause allergies, or if there's moisture, mold. Make a couple of good passes over the floor to make sure you've gotten all of the dust that fell while you were cleaning.

When your room is remodeled and clean, you'll feel right at home. Can't wait to show off your newly remodeled room but don't have time to clean? Maid services have you covered.

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