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Old 04-16-2011, 07:11 AM   #1
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Who here cleans up after painting the interior of someones home like a cleaning service was there?
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Old 04-16-2011, 07:25 AM   #2
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I clean the area in which I've done the work.

This week I was in a renovation/remodel, basically NC. I swept and mopped the floors after I was through.

Always try to leave a room cleaner than when I found it.


However, last summer I papered a daughters bed room. I did NOT vacuum up the thick pile of dog hair that was under the bed. The only reason I put down drops was to keep my feet clean.



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Cleaner than before. Shop vac any areas. I have a compact vac for minor cleanup. No footprints of hardgoods. Mirrors etc. Left with fresh smell of Simple green.

If the util tub was used, it gets cleaned with krud kutter. Chrome wiped.
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To begin with I use vac sanders whenever possible so there isn't much to clean up.
And whenever big sanding happens I poly off work area so it is contained. And still vac sand.

Then leave cleaner.
The RRp regs has really helped me to up my game on this stuff.
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ill run the sweeper before i push back furniture .clean light fixtures be reinstall,you know put on a little dog and pony show .it doesn't take long and it goes a long way on referrals
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Always try to leave cleaner than before. Whatever it takes within reason.
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For us the cleaning is typically done so we can do a nice job more than anything.
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