Clean-up

Figuring out what to do after a disaster is challenging at best. After basic needs are taken care of, and the wheels have been put in motion for disaster assistance and insurance, a good place to start is clean-up. If you are able to safely enter your studio, you may be able to start putting things in order and prevent further damage.

Watershed by Marilyn Murphy

 

If you have a copy of the Studio Protector Wall Guide, pull out the Clean-up "Pocket Protector,"or print a copy from the pdf file below. Be sure to wear the proper protective gear and work safely.

This section has helpful tips on how to safely clean up after a disaster. Learn to protect yourself from mold and other toxins that are often present after a disaster, and take the first steps toward recovery.

 


We have made the contents of the Clean-up Pocket ProtectorTM booklet from the Studio Protector® wall guide available as a pdf for you to use, print, and post in the studio. The booklet contains tips on safely beginning cleanup after an emergency.

 
Clean-up
Tips on safe, post-disaster clean-up from the Studio Protector wall guide
Tips on safe, post-disaster clean-up from the Studio Protector wall guide
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