11.0 Summary

11 summary easy cleanersThere is a lot of information in this Easy Cleaning Guide which is deliberately designed to give a broad overview of the whole cleaning process for every kind of use. This will therefore help steer you in the right direction as to the types and ways of cleaning that are best for you.

Also, you will have a clearer idea then of what else to look into, either from links and issues that we add to this over time, or your own research. So if you know that your floor cleaning now needs to involve certain PPE and compliance issues, then you can then look into these further.

We welcome any kind of general feedback on this, so please do contact us directly or leave comments below. We do genuinely want this to be a great resource for everyone cleaning, and are happy to take on board other appropriate ways and ideas to help do this.

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Easy Cleaning Guide

1.0 Introduction to the Easy Cleaning Guide

1.1 The Guide’s Purpose

1.2 Why Do We Need Cleaning?

1.3 The Basic Process

1.4 When Not To Clean

1.5 Schedules & Checklists

2.0 Types of Cleaning

2.1 An Overview

2.2 Domestic Clean

2.3 Commercial Clean

2.4 General Clean

2.5 Mini Clean

2.6 Spring & Deep Clean

2.7 Builders Clean

2.8 Décor Clean

2.9 End of Tenancy Clean

2.10 Event & Party Clean

2.11 Kitchen Clean

2.12 Bathroom Clean

2.13 Floor & Carpet Clean

2.14 Window Cleaning

2.15 Dry & Upholstery Clean

2.16 De-cluttering & Storage

2.17 Medical Clean

2.18 Cars & Vehicles

3.0 Separate Cleaning Tasks

3.1 What This Includes

3.2 Shower Descale

3.3 Washroom Services

3.4 Pest Control

3.5 Glassware

3.6 Chimney Cleaning

3.7 Ironing

3.8 Housekeeping

3.9 Oven Cleaning

3.10 Stain Removal

4.0 Outside Areas

4.1 Definition

4.2 Roof and Gutters

4.3 Yards and Paths

4.4 Sheds & Garages

4.5 BBQs

4.6 Grass & Planted Areas

5.0 Rubbish

5.1 The Issues

5.2 Recycle Waste

5.3 Additional Waste

5.4 General Waste

5.5 Communal Areas

5.6 Compliance

6.0 Involving Others

6.1 Types of Involvement

6.2 Selection Criteria

6.3 Cleaner Charges

6.4 Family & Friends

6.5 Volunteers

7.0 Compliance

7.1 The Basics

7.2 COSHH Policy

7.3 RIDDOR Procedure

7.4 Risk Assessments

7.5 Data Sheets

7.6 Notices & Signs

7.7 Instructions and Guides

7.8 Summaries

7.9 Training

7.10 Buildings & Fire

7.11 Lone Worker

7.12 Insurance

7.13 Health & Safety Policy

7.14 Security & Access

7.15 Food Hygiene

8.0 Products & Supplies

8.1 The Basics

8.2 Storage

8.3 Where to Purchase

8.4 Non-Animal Tested

8.5 The Best Ones

8.6 Mixing Products

8.7 Chemical Inclusion

8.8 Pets

8.9 Bleach

8.10 How to Use

9.0 Equipment

9.1 What to Look For

9.2 Flip Signs

9.3 Cloths & Dusters

9.4 Sprays

9.5 Robots

9.6 Buckets & Carry Trays

9.7 Mops

9.8 Brushes

9.9 Vacuum Cleaners

10.0 PPE

10.1 The Basics

10.2 Aprons

10.3 Gloves

10.4 Hair Ties

10.5 Glasses

10.6 Shoe Covers

10.7 Going Green

11.0 Summary