Frequently Asked Questions About COVID-19 Sanitising Cleaning in Sydney

Frequently Asked Questions About Covid-19 Cleaning in Sydney

The appearance of the pandemic has set new directions and ways of cleaning. The cleaning in Sydney today is not perceived only as a monthly or weekly thing to keep the hygiene in a certain place. It is much more than that.

The COVID-19 virus has shown that cleanliness is the biggest and best thing that can be done to prevent further spreading of the virus. That is why, many cleaning companies in Sydney have modified their cleaning offer, including the COVID cleaning service as a regular one.

The main and most common way that COVID-19 spreads is from person to person, more precisely, through contact with respiratory droplets that are produced from an infected person these droplets transfer through coughs or sneezes. They can end up directly on a person’s eyes, nose, or mouth. Airborne transmission is also very possible especially indoors, like in the workplaces.

People can also get infected by touching contaminated surfaces and then touching their mouth, face or nose, before washing their face. Many types of research have shown that the virus can survive on surfaces for prolonged periods of time.

The best way to protect the workers and others from COVID-19 exposure is by implementing appropriate cleaning and disinfecting measures. The most effective way in removing the COVID-19 virus is the combination of cleaning and disinfection. The workplaces must be cleaned daily, and the detergents and water are enough to remove any virus leftovers.

The most efficient way to deal with the prevention of spreading COVID-19 is by hiring the services of professional cleaners. The CleanGroup is one of the best in the Sydney area dealing with the matter. On that note, it has been the first one to offer COVID-19 cleaning and is a pioneer in reinventing the cleaning process in Sydney.

Detailed and safe cleaning is one of the priorities that Clean Group undertakes, in order to provide the businesses get back to work regularly, as well as maintain the health standards.

As a commercial cleaning service, Clean Group reassures the business that the cleaning practices will not end up transmitting the virus further as well as the company’s reputation will remain untackled.

These are some of the most frequently asked questions about COVID-19 cleaning:

How to Clean and Disinfect Against Covid-19?

The basic definition of corona cleaning is to physically remove germs, bacteria, viruses, dirt, and grime from surfaces, using a detergent and water. A detergent is a product that is produced and designed to break up oil and grease when it is used with water. When it comes to COVID-19 cleaning, any type of detergent is powerful and useful.

Disinfecting is the process of using chemicals to kill germs that are collected on surfaces. The right steps are cleaning and then Sanitising. This is important because dirt and grime can reduce the ability of the disinfectants to kill germs.

The best disinfectants are the alcohol in a concentration of at least 70%, chlorine bleach in a concentration of 1000 parts per million, oxygen bleach, wipes, and sprays that contain quaternary ammonium compounds.

The cleaning process starts with cleaning the cleanest surfaces first and then moving on to the dirtier ones. When the surface is cleaned, it should the dried thoroughly to reduce any risk of slipping and falling, as well as spreading viruses and bacteria through droplets. After that is done, comes the disinfecting.

Most commonly, each disinfectant comes with instructions on how to be properly used. An important thing to remember is that the disinfectants need time to kill the bacteria. That is why they should be left at least 10 minutes before removing.

Which Areas Should Be Cleaned and Disinfected for Covid-19 and How Often?

Any and all surfaces that are being frequently touched should go under the process of cleaning and disinfecting. This includes tabletops, counters, door handles, light switches, elevator buttons, desks, toilets, taps, TV remotes, kitchen surfaces, cupboard handles, phones, etc. if there is any visible dirt on any surface, each should be cleaned as soon as possible.

The regular cleaning of these surfaces will prevent the virus from spreading. This type of cleaning and disinfecting should be done at least once a day.

What Areas Have Priority for Covid-19 Cleaning?

The priority for cleaning has any surfaces that are being frequently touched. No matter if that has already been done through the day, any surfaces that see a lot of traffic need to be cleaned and disinfected almost every hour.

How Often Should the Routine Covid-19 Cleaning Be Done?

The build-up of dust and dirt can efficiently be minimized with a regular cleaning routine. The disinfecting process should be performed when there is a need for it.

Cleaning the surfaces that see a lot of day traffic must be performed at least once a day. Such places as workplaces with a high volume of workers and visitors can touch common areas and objects.

If a particular business operates in shifts, this type of cleaning should be done at the end of each shift. Additionally, if there is a suspected case of COVID-19 at that particular place, the cleaning and disinfecting should be done immediately.

How Often Should the Routine Covid-19 Disinfecting Be Done?

Disinfection should be performed as regularly as cleaning, at least once a day. All surfaces need to be cleaned with detergent, which will come before the disinfection. Per request, there can be a 2-in-1 clean and disinfection process performed that combines the detergent and the disinfectant.

What Is the Difference Between Frequently and Infrequently Touched Surfaces?

Frequently touched surfaces are surfaces that are defined as touched multiple times in the day. This does not refer to how many people have touched it – whether it was one or a group of people. A good example of frequently touched surfaces is door handles and taps.

Infrequently touched surfaces are surfaces that and not been touched more than once a day.

Does Any Surface Need to Be Both Cleaned and Disinfected?

Every surface does not have to be both cleaned and disinfected. COVID-19 is transmitted by breathing droplets produced by the infected person, through coughing, sneezing, or contact with a contaminated surface.

If there are such surfaces, then they need to be both cleaned and disinfected. Some surfaces that are never touched, like the ceilings, for example, do not need to be cleaned and disinfected.

Should Hospital-Grade Disinfectant Be Used for Cleaning Covid-19?

The residential homes and workplaces should use Australian TPG approved hospital-grade disinfectant.

Are There Certain Cleaning Methods That Should Be Avoided?

The best cleaning method includes the use of warm water and detergent. Any methods that might disperse the virus or create droplets should be avoided. For example, pressured air, pressured water, dry clothes, and dusters should be avoided. Fumigation or wide-area spraying (known as ‘disinfectant fogging’) is not recommended for general use against COVID-19.

How Should Linen, Crockery, and Cutlery Be Properly Cleaned Against Covid-19?

If certain items cannot be laundered, they should be cleaned according to the manufacturer’s instructions and using as warmest setting possible. Each of the items must be completely dried. The dirty laundry should not be shaken since it may disperse the virus through the air.

Crockery and cutlery should be washed in the highest possible setting in the dishwasher. In an absence of a dishwasher, the cleaning should be performed with hot soapy water.

Why Choose Clean Group for the Best Covid-19 Cleaning?

Clean Group is one of a few cleaning companies in Sydney to offer COVID deep cleaning services with a clearance checklist and certification that declares that the office’s spaces have been cleaned in compliance with the Safe work Australia guidelines. This type of certification is essential for companies and businesses that want to reopen after they have had a COVID-19 case.

Professional COVID-19 cleaning is not the same as just disinfecting, because it is performed with particular standards for deep cleaning of locations exposed to COVID.

Decontamination cleaning is particularly important to be performed as soon as possible, including in-depth cleaning and disinfection, in all the high-traffic areas.

As a professional COVID-19 cleaning service, there is a 99.99 percent guaranteed rate that the germs will be removed from the surfaces and premises, and all the facilities in Sydney will benefit from performing such cleaning.

The precautionary COVID-19 disinfection service includes services like basic cleaning or premises and disinfection of surfaces. With a special focus on entrances, door handles, handrails, doorknobs, and other common surfaces, Clean Group will take care of detailed COVID-19 cleaning.

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About the Author

Hi, this is Beau. I am a full-time accountant and part-time writer, working with Clean Group for over six years now. I mostly work at the back end, managing the company accounts and keeping everything organised. Having been in this business for almost a decade now, I know how to successfully manage a cleaning business and bring profits without compromising quality and ensuring the best value of money for my customers. I also routinely participate in the process to create cleaning packages that are centred on customers’ needs and designed to be affordable yet profitable for the company.

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