Imagine pulling the roof off of a home, tipping it upside down and shaking it. All of the items that would crash to the ground are considered to be contents. The items that would probably break when they hit the ground are most likely hard contents. Most hard contents are restored using either manual cleaning, ultrasonic cleaning, or aqueous based electronic cleaning.
Hard Contents Restoration Resources
Education is the cornerstone of success in hard contents restoration. Having the proper equipment, cleaning solutions, and supplies is only part of the equation. To maximize the return on investment for hard contents restoration and ensure proper decontamination, you need to invest in training, certification, and continuing education.
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