Frequently Asked Questions
What is the difference between janitorial and commercial cleaning?
The difference between janitorial services and commercial cleaning is that janitorial services include small, everyday cleaning tasks while commercial cleaning involves bigger jobs that are done a few times per year. ... Hiring a janitorial service is beneficial for everyday cleaning and maintenance.
What does janitorial cleaning mean?
Janitorial services relate to commercial property cleaning, including professional offices, educational, medical and industrial business cleaning. Some commercial janitorial services can include maintenance or property management services. Those who perform the work are referred to as custodians, janitors or cleaners.
What does commercial cleaning include?
The scope of commercial cleaning will include routine and general cleaning – Including tiles, floors, internal walls, partition walls, furniture, lighting, suspended ceilings, window cleaning, dining and kitchen areas, washing facilities and more.Nov 15, 2016
What are the 6 stages of cleaning?
The 6 main stages in cleaning are: pre-clean, main clean, rinse, disinfect, final rinse, drying. Any cloths and equipment used for cleaning can be a source of contamination if not cleaned properly.
Types Of Cleaning Services
- Daily Cleaning. Your offices may be in need of a regular daily clean either before, or after your staff are out of the building. ...
- Periodic Cleaning.
- Deep Cleaning.
- Clinical Cleaning.
- Infection Control.
- Window Cleaning.
What are the 7 steps in the 7 step cleaning process?
- emptying the trash;
- high dusting; sanitizing and spot cleaning;
- restocking supplies;
- cleaning the bathrooms;
- mopping the floors;
- hand hygiene and inspection. Remove liners and reline all waste containers. Change the bag when ¾ full or if the area is closed for the day.
BASIC CLEAN (Recurring or One-Time Cleaning)
- Ceiling fans and light fixtures (dusted)
- Cobwebs removed.
- Blinds and window sills (dusted)
- Moldings and woodwork (dusted)
- Baseboards (dusted)
- Lamp and lampshades (dusted)
- Pictures and knick-knacks (dusted)
- Furniture (dusted and polished and or vacuumed)
3 Kinds of Cleaning: Tasks in a New Light
- Immediate cleaning. Acting sooner, rather than later, at the sight of a stain or a spill prevents small, easy-to-clean-up messes from becoming big, tough messes.
- Maintenance cleaning.
- Remedial cleaning.
What is the difference between cleaning and sanitizing?
Cleaning removes germs, dirt, and impurities from surfaces or objects.
Sanitizing lowers the number of germs on surfaces or objects to a safe level, as judged by public health standards or requirements.
methodology used to assure that a cleaning process removes chemical and microbial residues of the active, inactive or detergent ingredients of the product manufactured in a piece of equipment, the cleaning aids utilized in the cleaning process and the microbial attributes.
What is the 4 step sanitizing process?
- 1) Clean the surface with an appropriate cleaner.
- 2) After cleaning, thoroughly rinse the surface with clean water.
- 3) Apply a sanitizing solution to the surface. You can use a quat-based or chlorine-based sanitizer.
- 4) Allow the sanitizer to air dry on the surface.
Cleaning physically removes germs, dirt, and impurities from surfaces or objects by using soap (or detergent) and water.
Disinfecting kills germs on surfaces or objects. Disinfecting works by using chemicals to kill germs on surfaces or objects.
Disinfecting is meant to “kill” infected areas and remove microscopic organisms on surfaces. Disinfecting is meant to help stop the spread of diseases and viruses like colds and flu. Please note that during this time, it is recommended to DISINFECT surfaces over sanitizing.