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Cleaning Equipments

Cleaning Equipments constitute about 5- 10% of the budget cost. They increase efficiency of staff by decreasing the amount of time and effort required to do the job. Proper equipment should be used for the right work along with the proper cleaning agent. The staff must have proper technical knowledge about working of cleaning equipments and should be given training on how to use and maintain these equipments. There are various types of cleaning equipments specifically made for cleaning different services and items, therefore operator must use the right equipment for the right job.

Methods of Cleaning
There are 2 main methods of cleaning. One is wet another is dry cleaning methods.

Wet Cleaning Dry Cleaning
  1. Damp Dusting or damp wiping Dusting
  2. Moping Sweeping (using broom)
  3. Brushing
  4. Sponging and squeegeeing Suction Cleaning or Vacuum cleaning
  5. Scrubbing (Using Friction) Dry Mopping
  6. Washing (Using Soap)
  7. Rinsing ( Removal of Soap using clean water)
  8. Wringing ( To squeeze out water)
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