SMOKE AND SOOT
PROFESSIONAL RESULTS WITH DO-IT-YOURSELF SAVINGS
If you are a cleaning professional or a home owner who wants to do your own restoration we can help. Your project might require reconstruction or just some degree of cleaning restoration, either way it is important to realize that smoke and fire problems do not stop with char damage.
Smoke and soot can travel and penetrate into other rooms affecting paint, carpet, upholstery, drapes, clothing and any other family belongings. Fires are classified into two groups, simple and complex:
Simple fires are fueled by pure fuels, like wood, and generally result in complete combustion and easy cleanups.
Complex fuels, the most common house fire, are fueled by synthetic materials in carpets, furniture, toys, wiring, etc. and generally result in incomplete combustion and the production of soots and acid deposits.
Whether you started with the big smoker pictured above, a little stove top accident or a stove top disaster as shown to the right you need to get your life back together again. You now have two problems: How to clean smoke and soot soiling as well as the stubborn odors they generate.
We will divide the areas of concern down for you and deal with each separately in the links below. Fortunately different materials and degrees of damage don't all require different products just a change of technique or dilution to safely clean the surface.
following photos will demonstrate the type of results that others
have achieved and show the products used by professionals and home
owners that wish to save the expense of bringing in others to clean
TO SEE CLEANING PRODUCTS
FOLLOW THESE LINKS FOR DO-IT-YOURSELF TIPS
-How to clean curtains, carpets, upholstered furniture, clothes, etc.
HARD MATERIALS - Porous
-Do it yourself cleaning of dry wall, plaster, exposed wood, brick or masonry, etc.
HARD MATERIALS - Less Porous
-How to clean tile, counter tops, sealed wood, glass, metal, appliances, etc.