Fires breaking out in commercial or residence buildings cause confusion and panic among people. But this is not the only effect they have. After putting down the fire and assuring that people who were around are fine, the damage measurement has to be done to the property. After every damage trace is cleaned up, there is still the last detail to be handled: the soot removal. It is the most important and also the most difficult.
Soot results after a fire and it is a black residue which gets attached to every material and object that it touches. Removing the soot it’s not like dusting and if don’t do it properly, you will only push it more onto the surface. The tiny soot particles are not just unaesthetic, but also damaging. They are acidic and destroy, in time, the material which they creep into.
There are studies stating that some objects can be destroyed by soot within hours. This is why you need to clean it as soon as possible. In order to have a proper cleaning done, you should ask the help of professionals. When soot stays too long on a surface, it leaves behind ugly yellow stains.
You need to know a couple of things about soot removal. It is crucial not to use any liquid for removing the loose soot. Use the liquid only for those particles which wouldn’t go away through dry methods. For those soot particles you can use water mixed with citrus cleaner. Even so, it will work much better for you if you got some help from a professional cleaning service company. The job will be done properly and completely and you will also save a lot of time, money and also effort and you can rest assured your things will suffer no further damage.