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Cleanliness in communities

Cleaning in community businesses is an essential task to ensure a clean and hygienic environment in various public places or ERPs such as nurseries, schools, colleges, high schools, town halls, swimming pools, etc.


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Before you begin cleaning, planning is essential. This involves determining tasks to be performed, cleaning schedules, resources needed (staff, equipment, cleaning supplies), and prioritizing areas to clean.


Cleaning staff gather necessary equipment and products, such as vacuum cleaners, brooms, mops, rags, window cleaners, disinfectants (Red product from Cleanea) and detergents (Blue product from Cleanea). 


General cleaning tasks include sweeping, dusting, vacuuming floors, cleaning horizontal and vertical surfaces, emptying trash cans, etc. This step aims to remove common dirt and dust.


Particularly important in collective spaces, the disinfection process involves the use of appropriate chemicals to kill germs, bacteria and viruses. Frequently touched areas, such as door handles, light switches and work surfaces, are targeted first.


Some communities require specific cleanings depending on their needs. For example, schools should focus on cleaning classrooms and play areas because regular disinfection of surfaces is essential to prevent the spread of disease and maintain a safe environment.


Floors are cleaned according to their type (tiles, carpet, linoleum, etc.). This may include sweeping, mopping, spraying with appropriate cleaning products and buffing.


In communities, exterior cleaning may include cleaning the surroundings of buildings, collecting trash in exterior spaces, snow removal in winter, etc.


Once cleaning tasks have been completed, it is important to conduct quality control to ensure that all areas have been properly cleaned and disinfected according to established standards.


Effective communication between cleaning staff and community officials is essential. Issues or specific needs should be reported and addressed promptly.


Cleaning staff members should receive ongoing training on best cleaning practices, proper use of chemicals and equipment, and safety protocols.


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It is important to note that the details of the cleaning process may vary depending on the type of community, its size, its specific requirements and local health and safety regulations.

Cleaners must comply with the safety and hygiene standards in force in their field. This may include wearing personal protective equipment (PPE) such as gloves, masks and appropriate uniforms.

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Important metrics to track are: Cleaning frequency, product consumption, number of m2 cleaned per productive hour, response time to occupant requests, satisfaction rate and number of complaints.


For pre-impregnation, it is accepted that an impregnation rate of 100%  (100 ml per 100 g strip), allows the right residual humidity to clean 20 to 40 m² (same for cloths).

Some metrics

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