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Planning for after-work cleaning makes the task much easier. Build your schedule, sort out the right products, and count on professional help to speed up the process!

There is no escape: every renovation and construction generates debris, dust and waste that is difficult to remove. For one thing, you are happy and fulfilled with the house ready. On the other hand, it beats despair with the famous post-work cleansing. But calm down, it's not that scary!

Of course, after-work cleaning is more laborious than daily cleaning. However, with the right products and some specific care, you can speed up the process and see everything clean even before you think.

So if you have just built or refurbished and are wondering how to do post work cleaning, you need to read this post! Here we put together 6 practical tips for cleaning without physical wear and without ruining the finishes. Come on!

1 - Remove excess rubbish and debris at the time of work
We know that when it comes to renovation and construction, it is impossible to keep the site clean and free of debris with the work in progress. But that does not mean you should let the dirt accumulate. On the contrary: the more organized the site is at the time of renovation, the easier it will be to clean up after work.

Therefore, the first thing to do is to define a specific place to deposit the waste after each day of service, directing the masons to keep the construction site minimally organized. This will prevent the accumulation of rubble mounds in each room worked, freeing up space and speeding up cleaning.

2 - Plan the task according to the rooms
When it comes to site cleaning, the key word is planning. You can't act on impulse and start pouring water as soon as the bricklayer leaves. First, you need to sit down and set the cleaning priorities according to each room in the house, preventing you from getting tired of the task and leaving it for another day.

Not to mention that if this happens, important areas of the residence may be rendered useless, such as the bathroom. Have you thought about the disorder? So the best tip is to make a schedule planning the cleanup, such as cleaning one room at a time. So as you see the result, you will be more motivated to finish the job.

3 - Start by cleaning up the thick dirt
When we ask ourselves how to do post-work cleaning, one answer is unanimous: start at the bulk! And that makes a lot of sense, because it's no use wasting time dusting furniture if the doors and windows haven't been cleaned yet. In this case, at the time of washing the glass, for example, the furniture would be dusty again.

So, as a rule, it is best to do the dry cleaning first, removing all the coarse dirt - such as plaster residues, cement, paint and other materials used to finish the job. Then have a vacuum cleaner to remove excess dust. Only then use water to remove fine debris, washing glass, countertops, floors, sanitary ware etc.

4 - Protect installations and finishes
If, even accidentally, you wet the plaster finish, it will form a terrible slob. Sockets and switches should also be kept away from water, as should wood furniture. This means that when it comes to cleaning after work, it is essential to protect the premises of the house so as not to damage the finishes.

That's why you can't start cleaning while the masons are still finishing the installation. This is a very common mistake in renovations and construction. People think they are speeding up the cleaning when, in fact, they are in danger of damaging the finishes.

To avoid damage or rework, begin cleaning work only when the house is actually finished. At this time, use tarps and cardboard to protect the premises and furniture that are already in the residence and only then the use of water and soap will be released!

5 - Use suitable products
As we said at the beginning of the post, doing a job cleaning is much more complex than doing the daily cleaning. After all, we are talking about dirt that is harder to remove. In many cases, you will need to use specific products that are suitable for cleaning different types of waste.

Be sure to follow the package directions correctly as this is the only guarantee that heavy cleaning will not damage the finish. Porcelain tiles, for example, should be cleaned only with water and neutral detergent, as they have the most delicate surface. Grouts, in turn, can be cleaned with the aid of home-made solutions such as white vinegar or baking soda.

The glasses can also receive specific products, as the traditional wipers of the markets. But be aware that this type of product is only intended for final cleaning, as the thick dirt is only removed by washing the surface with soap and water. For paint splashes, it is best to use solvents recommended by the manufacturer.

6 - Hire a specialized cleaning lady
Last but not least: hire a company that specializes in post-work cleaning. This type of service is much more common than you might think and will surely speed up cleaning without jeopardizing the finishes. Also because the company is used to heavy cleaning and will know for sure what type of product to use in each case.

But beware: To ensure good post-work cleaning, it is critical to hire a company that truly understands the issue. This saves you time and effort by reserving energy for the best part of the process: decorating the new home and making the welcome toast!


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