The best collective cleaning techniques. In cleanliness, there is no longer a need to prove the value of a clean and healthy environment.
In communities, diligent maintenance of surfaces is essential to prevent viruses, diseases, and transmissible bacteria.
Collective cleaning techniques are numerous and may differ depending on the sector of activity. However, certain practices are good to know and applicable in the majority of situations.
The Main Communication Cleaning Techniques
Collective cleaning techniques may vary from one service provider to another: specialized sectors, equipment cleaning, decontamination, etc.
The machines and methods used will therefore be different according to the customer’s needs.
1. Window cleaning
The objective is to keep the windows clean and in good condition. This community cleaning technique is important because it affects the standing and image of the premises. This cleaning requires the following instruments: a wetter, a bucket, a squeegee, a detergent solution, a mop, a scraper, rags, and sponges.
We start by cleaning the windows with the dampener by rubbing the accumulated dirt. Then, pull the squeegee at an angle and rotate it to lock in the liquid. Finally, go back in the other direction horizontally while keeping the squeegee tilted at 45° to eject the water downwards. And so on. The finishes are done with a cloth.
2. Disinfection: biocide
Covid-19 has considerably developed the decontamination of premises and has made this protocol practically mandatory in premises receiving people.
Professionals go to the site equipped with a lab coat, a mask, gloves, safety shoes, and even goggles against the risk of projection.
At SCS Group Integrated Services, the product we use for COVID-19 decontamination is formulated with didecyldimethylammonium chloride, a powerful detergent, and a sequestering agent.
This product destroys microorganisms, bacteria, molds, and viruses and eliminates the greasy films that protect microorganisms from disinfectant products. It is specially designed to ensure the hygiene of collective premises (hospitals, clinics, retirement homes, sanatoriums, creches, etc.).
When dirt and residue have accumulated and formed a layer on walls, floors or ceilings, hydro blasting is a good community cleaning technique.
This cleaning is based on the force of water: the projection of a jet of hot or cold water at very high pressure. It is a good alternative to various products and abrasives that are often harmful to the environment.
4. Dry steam
Dry steam cleaning makes it possible to clean, decrease and disinfect surfaces, machines, etc. without chemicals. Steam does disinfection under high pressure and high temperature (between 170 and 200°C).
This collective cleaning technique makes it possible to clean painted surfaces without damage (a service pressure of less than 15 bar) and to get very rapid drying of the surfaces.
The Essential Collective Cleaning Techniques To Implement
In reality, there is a multitude of community cleaning techniques that will meet different needs: price, ecology, speed… Regardless of the technique, certain points are not to be taken lightly.
The cleanliness of the toilets is essential. It limits bad smells, disinfects, and makes this place pleasant for users.
It is necessary to secure the working environment for employees and customers. It is also strongly recommended to disinfect the contact points twice a day.
Dust accumulates quickly and must be removed frequently to limit indoor air pollution. A mixture of pollen, dead cells, hair… Exposure to dust is harmful and can lead to the proliferation of connective tissue in the lungs.
In short, trained professionals familiar with the use of products and machines carry collective cleaning techniques out.
SCS Group Integrated Services, the reference in cleaning, takes care of making your premises impeccable: trained and expert maintenance agents, professional equipment, eco-responsible products…