Surface And Saturation Techniques To Clean Your Caldwell Property After A Fire Damage Incident
Techniques To Clean Your Property After A Fire
Cleaning is part of the fire damage restoration process, and we have to vary the aggressiveness we use when applying the cleaning products. It is also vital to use the right concentrations of the cleaning product to avoid subjecting some materials to additional damage. We're going to cover some of the surface and saturation techniques we use when salvaging your Caldwell property.
When cleaning contents with a hard surface such as furniture during fire damage restoration in Caldwell, our SERVPRO technicians may decide to use the spray and wipe technique. Before we start this process, we may vacuum off the loosely attached soot residues. We are careful not to strip off your furniture's finish or grind the smoke particles into the wood. We usually use a sponge when wiping and do it along the grain. At the end of our cleaning process, our experts apply a wood polish to leave the furniture shining.
Limiting the amount of moisture when cleaning some items may be necessary, and our SERVPRO technicians may decide to use foam cleaning as an option. We can derive the foam from the cleaning product using a pump-up sprayer or a natural sponge. When generating the foam using the sponge, we start by dipping it into the cleaning product and then squeeze it several times until the foam develops.
Some cleaning needs may require a more dissolving action and the need to apply a greater quantity of the cleaning agent. We prefer saturation techniques when overwetting is not likely to cause color loss or any changes to the materials. It also means we have to dry the materials thoroughly at the end of the cleaning. The wash and rinse processes using an upholstery cleaning machine or a hand are examples of saturation techniques. We use the method to clean fabrics which are heavily soiled, and we have to select whether to use solvent or water-based cleaning products.
Our team at SERVPRO of Nampa / Caldwell is highly trained and has the knowledge to use advanced cleaning and restoration equipment. Call us at (208) 466-5000 to work with a trusted leader in the restoration industry.
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