1. DUSTING, WIPING & COBWEBS Dust and cobweb do form in Kitchens and Canteen just like any other areas. It is important to check and remove cobwebs and dust from all corners, skirting boards, window ledges, wall fittings (such as picture frames, & wall clocks) and the top of cabinets as well as the back of dryers/ washing machine if they
1. DUSTING, WIPING AND COBWEBS Check for dust and remove on all corners, skirting boards, window boards, wall fittings, pipes and all areas of the room for dust/cobwebs. Check behind the toilet and sink. A feather duster will help you to remove dust and cobwebs from all surfaces including high levels. Where the dust is too much for the feather
1. DEBRIS AND SMALL ITEMS Make sure all cleaning has been completed before vacuuming the floor. Remove and throw away any larger debris from the floor, which could block the vacuum airways. Remove any light items from the floor which will be in the way of vacuuming. 2. FUNCTIONS For carpets, use the normal function on the vacuum. For
1. DEBRIS AND SMALL ITEMS Make sure all the ‘sweeping/vacuuming’ steps have been completed before mopping the floor. 2. SOLUTIONS AND COLOUR CODING Mopping solutions: Use multipurpose sanitiser to mop the floor in general areas or toilet cleaner to mop the floor in toilet/bathrooms. Colour coding: Use a blue mop and blue mop bucket for
1. DUSTING, WIPING AND COBWEBS Check all corners, skirting boards, window boards, wall fittings, picture frames, wall clocks and all areas of each room for dust/cobwebs. Check behind all items, furniture and radiators. Use multipurpose sanitiser sprayed on to a damp, blue, microfibre cloth. A feather duster will help you to reach the higher areas.