You will need
- vacuum or broom;
- - soft tissue;
- - cleaners and detergents;
- - medical or industrial alcohol;
- - hot water;
- - sponge;
- - carpet cleaner.
If you furnace cleaned or chimney pipes and flues and as a result, all floors, walls in black soot stains, before laundering cleaning results, collect the soot with a vacuum cleaner or as a dry sweep with a broom. Because if you moisten it, it will complicate a job in laundering several times.
To wash the soot, pour hot water in a bucket, dampen a microfiber cloth or other soft, absorbent cloth, apply the cloth with a few drops of detergent for dishes and sprinkle the powder or pour cloth gel cleaning sinks and toilets. Use one of the tools is completely useless, as the oily black stains you cannot remove.
Change the water as needed. Have to do it very many times, so as a rag every time you need to rinse again and apply it to the specified composition.
If soot is deeply ingrained in the laminate or plastic, wet the sponge with solvent, petrol or technical alcohol and wipe the surface, then re-washing using degreasing detergents.
To remove soot with whitewashed surfaces, use medical or denatured alcohol. He has the ability to degrease the surface and not really hurt the paint, if it was produced with latex paint.
Although most often after cleaning the furnace and chimney pipes and flues have to re-whitewash. So always clean all the wells, and chimneys before the planned repair or General cleaning, because in addition to the laundering of soot will have to wash curtains, carpets and rugs. If you don't plan on washing carpets and rugs, then apply them to any composition used for cleaning carpets, leave to dry, remove with a vacuum cleaner.
To minimize work on the laundering of soot, clean pipes and chimneys carefully.