What is Deep Cleaning?
Regular cleaning schedules are vital in keeping buildings clean and safe. Additional deep cleaning is an important part of the schedule. A deep clean covers the hard to reach areas beyond the scope of the regular cleaning schedule where germs and dirt build-up.
What Does a Deep Clean Consist Of?
This varies, depending on the environment being cleaned. Essentially, a deep clean ensures that everything is thoroughly cleaned and disinfected. The carefully structured process is tailored to each setting. It ensures that there is no cross-contamination between the cleaned and yet to be cleaned areas.
Every location is different but a usual office deep clean consists of cleaning the following areas:
- High-level vents and light fixtures
- Blinds, curtains, windowsills, tracks, etc
- Walls and light switches
- Doors and doorknobs
- Skirting boards
- Office furniture
- Computer keyboards and monitors
- Carpets and floors
- Kitchen cabinets, appliances, refrigerators, etc
- Restroom floors, walls, toilets, urinals, sinks