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How do you clean soot off walls after a fire?

Wipe the stains away with a dry cleaning sponge. Such sponges can be cleaned and reused. Dip a clean cloth in rubbing alcohol and use it to dab and blot the stains if some soot is still left on walls. Combine three or four squirts of liquid dish soap with 1 quart of water in a bucket if further cleaning is required.

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Is it safe to live in a house with smoke damage?

Smoke can linger in your home after a fire and can damage your belongings. Even if a fire that occurs in your home is just a minor one and does not cause a lot of fire damage, it can still cause smoke damage. Smoke damage is very difficult to remove from your home and belongings and can be dangerous to live around.

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How do you clean your house after a flood?

A flood is perhaps one of the most troublesome disasters that could ever happen to your home. The flood could be triggered by heavy rains, overflowing drains, or plumbing leaks, and depending how big of an area is damaged, things can get costly.

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Can a flooded home be saved?

Few disasters are as inconvenient and costly as flood or water damage inside your home. The longer your house and the area around remains flooded, the more likely it is for your home’s structure or foundation to weaken, and even if the flood inside is only a few inches deep, the damage it can cost you tens of thousands of dollars,especially if you don’t have special flood damage insurance coverage.

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