Hard Goods Cleaning

Ultrasonic cleaning, or precision cleaning, has been used for decades to clean hard surfaced items in a variety of industries. Ultrasonic cleaning is becoming commonplace in the restoration industry because of its superior cleaning capabilities and versatility. When properly used, ultrasonic cleaning yields consistent results and increased efficiency.

Ultrasonic cleaning is especially effective for cleaning hard goods with intricate details or unique shapes that would largely require cleaning by hand. In ultrasonic cleaning, the cavitation activity produced by high frequency sound waves thoroughly cleans contaminated items inside and out. When properly applied using advanced equipment, specially engineered chemicals, and detailed hands-on training programs, ultrasonic cleaning has evolved as the preferred and most effective method of cleaning and restoring hard goods that have been damaged by fire, smoke, or water.

Ultrasonic cleaning has proven to be extremely effective in removing smoke residues and carbons as well as restoring water-damaged items. Contamination such as mould, heat scale, and oxides are easily addressed using the ultrasonic process. Metal parts that have acquired rust as a result of water damage can typically be restored to their original condition.

Current users of ultrasonic cleaning are aware that a variety of standard and delicate household contents can be easily cleaned using this method, especially fragile hard surface items such as crystal, china, ceramics, jewellery, glass, and porcelains. However, many users are unaware that ultrasonic cleaning technology is also ideally suited for the safe and effective cleaning of a wide variety of ordinary household items such as light fixtures, chandeliers, furnishings, ornaments, and more.

Understanding the ideal cleaning agents, sophisticated equipment, and technical procedures is essential in order to achieve optimum results for the type of articles being cleaned. At DKI Parker, we use a wide variety of state-of-the-art cleaning equipment and the most appropriate cleaning solutions for both small and large items with hard surfaces, soft composition, and even sophisticated electronic equipment (previously not restorable).

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