It has been a while since we have been in the office with our colleagues and whilst we are missing the banter and overall conversation, it is nice to know we are safe within our homes.
The pandemic has highlighted cleanliness like never before and the way in which we clean public spaces needs an update. In order to ensure your business premises are up to standard, this article will take a look at the different levels of cleaning standards you may want to consider.
We all have a daily cleaning regime from the toilet to the dishes and there are areas in every building that require frequent cleaning. Daily cleaning involves general items, including a sponge, cloths, anti-bac spray, mops, vacuum, and other cleaning fluids.
There are times when a daily clean just won’t do and something more needs to be done.
Whereas a daily clean mainly focuses on the surfaces, a deep clean looks at every item in a certain area. The equipment needs upgrading from that of a daily clean, with more items that can get to those hard to reach places. When deep cleaning, you must remember to move all of the items to clean each one specifically and beneath them.
If after a deep clean you want to go that extra mile then you can try a hygiene clean.
This type of clean will take your space from clean to a much intense hygiene level, as areas such as handles and screens have a more in-depth clean. These areas are known as touch points and at this moment in time, we should be considering this level of cleaning in all spaces. A hygiene clean will take place after a deep clean to ensure these areas are as hygienic as possible.
These are not the only cleaning levels to consider, but they are the most common. Anything higher than this becomes specialists and requires a professional to assess the situation beforehand.
To conclude, we must all go that extra mile to keep our spaces clean, especially high touch points and public areas.