Office Cleaning Process
Published on Tuesday, 01 December 2009
Office cleaning requires a high amount of specialisation and attention to details. Broadly, office cleaning service can be divided into four areas. They are office areas, toilets, kitchen areas and stairs & corridors. In the office areas, the cleaning process will include daily emptying of waste bins, wiping the outside and inside of bins, damp wiping, dusting and polishing desks, filing trays, lamps and sundry desk items, clean and sanitise telephones and dusting and polishing wooden furniture, radiators, fire extinguishers and window ledges. The cleaning should also include vacuum cleaning of all carpet areas and soft furnishings, apart from cleaning the finger-marks in doorways, window panes and glass partitions.
The toilet floors should be swept, mopped or vacuum cleaned and the waste bins should be emptied every day. The toilet bowls should be disinfected, the hand basins, tap fittings, toilet seats and lids should be cleaned and polished and all mirrors should be cleaned. The exteriors of pedestals, tiled walls, pipe-work, tops of towel cabinets and cisterns should be damp wiped regularly. The toilet rolls and soap solutions should be periodically replenished and adequate stock in consonance with the number of employees should be kept. The window blinds should be dusted occasionally.
In the kitchen area, the crockery should be cleaned as and when there is enough accumulation. The insides of the refrigerator should be cleaned at least once a week. The sink units, pipe-work, ledges and surface tops should be regularly cleaned and polished. The bins should be emptied at regular intervals. The floors should be swept and thoroughly mopped.
In stairs and corridors, the carpet areas should be vacuum cleaned and banisters, skirtings, railings, ledges and fire extinguishers should be dusted and polished periodically. If all these are done efficiently, the office will remain in a spic and span clean position. More news