Four Steps To Ensuring A Lasting Clean Today!
The Right Materials
1With the proper equipment, solvents and cleaning materials, the chances of failing to achieve maximum results is greatly diminished. Spring cleaning is particularly more meticulously done if care goes into material choice. The choice of the spring cleaner will DEFINATELY affect the time and result of the finish. This can range from the type of cloth used to the type of broom used for a particular floor. With proper materials the risk of damage to surfaces is minimised.
2To clean effectively, one must always ensure that the areas and surfaces to be cleaned
have been adequately prepared to ensure that extra work is not incurred in doing the same job twice. This is particularly true for
indoor cleaning. With spring cleaning this is done from top to bottom, ensuring that the Spring Clean leaves the place as freash and claen as possible...
3Any cleaning project, or rubble removal or office cleaning procedure must start out with a target time for finishing. This prevents an all too familiar scenario of the floor that receives a thousand swipes while the windows are left to weep with neglect. The cleaning process must be sub-didvided into distinct parts to ensure that time is partitioned proportionately allowing each area of the programme to reach full cleanliness. With Spring Cleaning this is more so beacause of the thouroughness that is required when one hires a proffessional Spring Cleaner.
4After the cleaning project it is ideal to thoroughly inspect all areas that have been cleaned to ensure that no pieces of dirt were left lying around or that windows are not smudging up. The check should be so thorough that after you have done it, a Marine Trained official could literally shake your hand and give you a "thumbs up!". The check also allows you as the cleaner to double-check that all equipment is back in place. This is always a top priority after a Spring Cleaner has completed a site, but it does not mean that less attention is paid on other cleaning types AT ALL...