Cleaning Light Fixtures
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Cleaning Light Fixtures

It is important to keep light fixtures clean so they do not attract dust and dirt as well as prolonging the brightness of the lights. Read on to learn more.

It Can Be Dangerous!

You will often need to use a ladder and combined with the unscrewing and screwing motions involved there is a danger of an accident. While you can clean with fixtures in place at least twice per year take the fixtures down to give them a thorough cleaning. An additional threat comes from light bulbs. Obviously they are warm to hot when turned on and you are dealing with electricity. It is wise to remove fxtures fully if they are coming into contact with water. If you decide to clean them while they are fitted only use a dry dusting tool.

Dusting

Light fixtures need to be dusted weeklu and a long handled dusting tool can be used to reach ceiling and chandeliers. If this is done every week, you will only need to deep clean twice per year.

Glass Ceiling Light Fixtures

First make sure the light fixtures are unscrewed then clean the light fixture into the trash, followed by a good dusting. Twice per annum you will need to wash them with warm water and just a few drops of dish soap. They can soak for a few minutes in a sink before bring wiped and rinsed. Utilize a dry towel and they are ready for replacement.

Procedures With Chandeliers

Depending on the intracy of the light, you may be able to dust it while in place but it is still a good idea to twice yearly bring it down to clean it. It is a good idea to photograph it to ensure it gets put back in place correctly. You can then use similar methods to those used for glass ceiling fixtures.

Recessed Lighting Fixtures

This can be cleaned simply by dusting regularly once the light has been in the off position for at least a time of one hour. Then carefully remove the bulb from the fitting, take a damp cloth and clean the interior of the recess. Make sure the electricity is turned off and wipe down the bulb, then replace it.

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Cleaning, Disinfection and Sterilization Differences
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Cleaning, Disinfection and Sterilization Differences

Many people use the terms Cleaning, Disinfection and Sterilization to more or less mean the same thing. But they are distinctly different. Read on to learn more.

Cleaning

When you clean it is to maintain an acceptable and agreed standard that is clear of debris such as dirt, faeces, food, saliva, blood and other bodily fluids and the removal of foreigh objects and materials. In doing so, it reduces organic matter that contributes to the multiplication of viruses and bacteria. Using special cleaning agents and tools like vacuum cleaners, mops, floor scrubbers and cloths achieves a level of visual cleanliness. Comprising priamrily of two stages, the cleaning where the use of fluid and friction throug hthe process of scrubbing anr rubbing is usually done primarily with a solution of soap and water. Another way is to wash, again using the same combination of water and soap. Specialized cleaning agents can be powers, liquids, granules or sprays. Some are capable of killing bacteria as well as cleaning. The key component of cleaning is to prevent the spread of dirt and contaminants as well as dirt removal such as dust, bad smells, clutter and stains. Cleaning comes before disinfection and sterilization as materials may remain lessening the effectiveness of the latter processes.

Disinfection

Disinfection destroys microorganisms that are pathogenic and removes the majority of organisms on surfaces. Essentially disinfectant acts as an antimicrobial agent when then applied to objects that are non living destroy the microorganisms on the said non living object. A popular and economical disinfectant is chlorine bleach that works against most pathogens but it does not kill all microorganisms and on balance is less effective than sterilization.

Sterilization

Sterlization is any kind of process that kills or exterminates all forms of life such as bacteria, fungi, spore forms and viruses. It can be utlized by the application of chemicals, heat, high rpessure, filtration or irradiation or any combination of these.

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Benefits of a Clean Workplace
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Clean Doors Are Important

If you are searching for the benefits of a clean workplace or office, this post should help! Keep reading to learn more.

When considering commercial cleaning services, do you think about making sure they clean the doors to your buildings? Doors are perhaps the most used and touched items that are attached to a commercial building. Anytime someone enters or leaves the office, for any reason, that person has to open and close the door. Dark doors won’t show the dirt and fingerprints as easily as lighter-colored doors. Because these are such high-traffic areas, they are prone to viruses and bacteria that could be spread to office workers as well as clients.

It is vital to make cleaning the doors in your office a top class priority. All you need are a few simple cleaning supplies: disinfectant cleaner and a microfiber cloth. Spray the disinfectant solution on the door surface, and wipe off with the microfiber cloth. For spots that will not come off or are highly dirty, use a little bit of strength, with a soft pad or soft brush. The dirt should come right off. Be sure not to fight the dirt too hard that you start to remove the paint!

Often overlooked is the top edge of the door frame. It is amazing how much dirt can be found in areas that are not easily seen and therefore not cleaned properly or in some cases, at all. You will want to give special servicing to the doorknob. Everyone touches the doorknob, making it the perfect for germs to spread to the next unsuspecting individual who touches it/. It is recommended to use a antibacterial spray or disinfectant to clean, especially during flu and cold season.

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Ideas For A Clean Reception Area
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Ideas For A Clean Reception Area

Any client will gain their first impression from the reception area of the office. It is more than just their introduction to the company but a place where clients spend time as they wait. At these times, their initial opinions of the company start to form in the mind. Waiting in a clean room is preferred while a dirty reception area may have negative connotations. Read on to learn of some good ideas to help the reception of your office look its best.

Improving First Impressions

A front door of a business is a similar to an advertisement. Fingerprints on the glass and unclean door handles as well as things like cobwebs do not reflect well on how the employees care for what their customers see. All of these things should be sparkling clean so people feel welcome and comfortble when they enter the office.

Air Quality

Smell has a marked impact on the imrpession people gather of a place. An unpleasant smell seems unclean even if everything sparkles.  Avoid smells of antiseptic or any overwhelming air freshener. When the air is too heavy with a scent, it may seem like it is covering something else up. A clean room doesn’t require additional scents. Also,  air fresheners and other scented products can sicken people who have respiratory health issues.

Keep The Floor Clean

Clean flooring matters because that is what many first notice when they walk through the door as most people glance down automatically as they use the doormat. A clean floor may be silent but mentally, a dirty floor will send a loud, negative message.  Hard floor sufaces as well as carpet wear out quicker when dirty as it gets into carpet fibers and collects into cracks. Regular cleaning also makes it easier to notice and repair cracked tiles.

Seating Care

Your fabric cushion should be stain free as well as the arms of chairs looking pristine, These areas can contain many berms as people handle them and that leaves behind viruses including cold and flu. Crumbs from snacks can also cause odors and bacteria to develop.

Dust Removal

Decor, lamps and tables should never become dusty.  Clean these areas to remove oils left behind from hands, or from hair when leaning against the wall. Dust in the air latches onto these oils discoloring the wall and door frames. Rooms stay fresh and bright. More cleaning also means less of a need to repaint, saving both money and time.

Empty The Garbage

Keep all trash cans emptied regularly. Old chiwing gum, spilled drinks, and used tissues do not leave an image in a customer’s mind that any business owner would want them to have with their company. Full refuse containers look awful, have an unpleasant odor and make an otherwise clean room seem dirty.

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To schedule your office cleaning services, including medical office cleaning in Phoenix and Scottsdale, learn more about Desert Oasis’s commercial cleaning services, or to get a free office commercial cleaning service quote, use our contact form to submit a request or call Desert Oasis Cleaners today at 1-480-720-0907.

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Chewing Gum Removal From Carpets
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Chewing Gum Removal From Carpets

When you already have a professional cleaning service working for you like Desert Oasis Cleaners, you can leave it to them to take care of chewing gum removal for you! But what happens if there is some chewing gum on the floor and it needs removing right away? What can you do? Fear not! Read on to learn about some of the top methods of removing chewing gum from carpets.

Put It On Ice!

Whenever possible it is best to remove chewing gum as soon as you can when it is on the carpet as the longer the chewing gum is there, the harder it is to remove. This method using ice may help.

  1. Put some ice in a zip-lock bag.
  2. Apply the bag of ice straight onto the chewing gum. The gum will ahrden making it easier to remove.
  3. Tae a scraping tool to remove the chewing gum from the carpet.
  4. Use a sponge on the chewing gum stain with cleaning fluid such as 409.
  5. Cover the chewing gum stain with a clean white towel or rag and pat dry.

WD40 Method

  1.  Spray a good amount of WD40 directly onto the chewing gum stain.
  2. Apply the WD40 and let the stain sit for a few minutes.
  3. Use the fingernail brush to remove the stain, scrubbing the schewing gum stain in the same direction.
  4. Keep applying WD40, followed by a vigorous scrub with the brush.
  5. Repeat as necessary.
  6. To clean the area, spray the degreaser/detergent directly onto the affected area.
  7. Rinse a clean sponge with warm water and apply the sponge to the carpet.
  8. Gently clean the area until the chewing stain is no longer visible.

Use A Hairdryer

  1. As soon as the chewing gum stain is disocered, grab your hairdryer and aim it straightonto the gum.
  2. Watch the gum carefully, as you don’t want the carpet fibers to melt.
  3. Once  the gum is starting to melt, take a plastic bag to scrape up the melted gum. Upon contact, the gum should stick to the plastic to helping in the removal process.
  4. Keep going until the chewing gum stain disappears.

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To schedule your office cleaning services, including medical office cleaning in Phoenix and Scottsdale, learn more about Desert Oasis’s commercial cleaning services, or to get a free office commercial cleaning service quote, use our contact form to submit a request or call Desert Oasis Cleaners today at 1-480-720-0907.

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TV Screen Cleaning
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TV Screen Cleaning

Flat screen televisions are now a staple in many offices. Not just for watching tv but for communicating company information, perhaps as part of a larger informative display for potential or existing customers. To look their best they need regular cleaning. Unlike traditional CRT televisions that can be cleaned with almost any glass cleaner, flat screens, particularly those with touch display capabilities are far more sensitive and prone to damage as well as being easy to scratch during the cleaning process. Read on to learn more about the best ways to keep your flat screen TV’s looking their best.

Cleaning A Flat Screen TV

  1. Switch the TV off an dremember it will be easier to spot oily or dirty areas when the screen is dark and it has the advantage of you not accidentally pushing buttons or triggering the touch screen functions.
  2. Take a soft, dry cloth and very carefully clean the screen utilizing a microfiber cloth. You can also use a dry eraser. Both are awesome choices.
  3. Do not make the error of pressing harder to remove oil and dirt. When you push directly on to the screen pixels can be damaged. Note this is not so much of an issue with touch screen monitors but it will pay to be prudent.
  4. You can take the cloth and make it damp with an equal ratio of distilled water and white vinegar.
  5. Surrounding the screen is a plastic edge and that can be cleaned with brand of multipurpose cleaner but ensure the cleaner does not come into contact with the TV screen.

Further Guidance

  • Do not use toilet paper, tisue paper, paper towels, your shirt or rags to clean the TV screen as the display can be damaged.
  • Do not use products containing alcohol, acetone, ammonia or ethyl acetate. These chemicals can react badly with the flat screen and cause permanent damage to the unit.
  • Do not spray liquid directly onto the screen as it may damage the TV if the liquid leaks into the TV. Be sure to always apply the cleaning solution to the cloth.
  • If you’re cleaning your TV because it appears dirty, but then find discover the  TV is physically damaged, you might be ready for a new HDTV.

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To schedule your office cleaning services, including medical office cleaning in Phoenix and Scottsdale, learn more about Desert Oasis’s commercial cleaning services, or to get a free office commercial cleaning service quote, use our contact form to submit a request or call Desert Oasis Cleaners today at 1-480-720-0907.

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OSHA Housekeeping Fact Sheet
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OSHA Housekeeping Fact Sheet

You already know Desert Oasis Commercial Cleaners offer the best janitorial services in the Phoenix Valley. To compliment that it is important your business is OSHA complaint. OSHA is a department of the United States Department Of Labor and is an acronym for Occupational Safety and Health Administration. Read on to learn more about OSHA recommended housekeeping in the workplace to make sure your business not only looks great but is also OSHA compliant.

It is never easy to keep everything in order when a project is ongoing but despite everyones best efforts, if you work in an environment where there are facility inspections, you may receive reports regarding what can be interpreted as poor housekeeping. OSHA does not actually require mandatory housekeeping training but good employees obviously know the value of a tidy workplace. So although OSHA does not have a single standard for housekeeping, some of the following examples include provisions that address housekeeping.

OSHA Rules For Walking And Working Surfaces

OSHA rule 1910.22 says the following:

  • “Aisles and passageways are to have sufficient clearance. They are to be kept clear, without obstructions that could create a hazard.”
  • “Floors are to be clean and dry.”
  • “Permanent aisles are to be marked.”

Some common violations may include:

  • Isles that are blocked.
  • Materials that lie across the floor on an isle.
  • Overhanging materials on high shelves.
  • Oily or wet floors and work surfaces.

Good Housekeeping And Building Evacuation

OSHA’s rules for exit routes are covered in OSHA rules 1910, .34, .35, .36, and .37

The exit route has to be an unobstructed and continuous path from any point in the workplace to a place of safety and consists of three components:

  • Exit access.
  • The exit.
  • The exit discharge.

No equipment or materials can be placed or positioned within an exit route that must be a minimum of 28 inches wide at all points.

Chemical Storage And Fire Safety

OSHA has strict guidelines under rule 1910.106 for storing combustible and flammable liquids:

  • “Flammable and combustible liquids are to be kept in covered containers”
  • “OSHA sets limits on the quantities of flammable and combustible liquids that may be kept outside of protected storage”
  • “Inside storage rooms must have approved self-closing fire doors”
  • “The inside storage room must have one clear aisle at least three feet wide, and containers over 30 gallons cannot be stacked.”

Some common violations may include:

  • Leaving materials in the aisle of a storage room.
  • Using a storage room to stack drums.
  • Blocking open a fire door with open containers of liquids that are flammable.

Poor Housekeeping and Fire Protection

OSHA discusses sprinkler systems in rules 1910.157 and .159 and include some housekeeping suggestions:

  • “Fire extinguishers must be mounted, located, and identified so that they are readily accessible.”
  • “Fire extinguishers are to be kept in their designated places at all times except during use.”
  • “There must be at least 18 inches of clearance below sprinklers.”

Some frequent violations include:

  • Leaving cartons and carts in front of fire extinguishers.
  • Stacking materials too close to sprinklers.

Electrical Safety And Good Housekeeping

OSHA discusses generalized requirements for electrical systems in rules 1910.141:

  • “Working space around live parts must generally be at least three feet for voltages of 600 or less”
  • “Workspace in front of electric equipment operating at 600 volts or less must be at least 30 inches wide.”
  • “Working space may not be used for storage”

A frequent violation is the following:

  • When access to an electrical panel is blocked by storing items.

OSHA Sanitation Requirements

These requirements are found in OSHA rules 1910.141.

  • “Floors are to be kept dry”
  • “Disposal containers used for liquids or solids that may turn putrid must not leak, and they must have tight fitting covers”
  • “Sweepings, wastes, and refuse must be removed”
  • “No food or beverages can be stored in toilet rooms or in an area that is exposed to a toxic material”

Some violations include:

  • Oily or wet floors
  • The build up of trash
  • Waste containers that are open

 

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To schedule commercial cleaning services in Phoenix, learn more about Desert Oasis’s commercial cleaning services, or to get a free industrial commercial cleaning services quote, use our contact form to submit a request or call Desert Oasis Cleaners today at 1-480-720-0907.

Our quality cleaning materials and experience mean we clean to a higher standard, which leads to better indoor air quality, fewer allergens and lower levels of bacteria creeping around the workplace, just waiting to infect your workforce or cause an accident. At Desert Oasis, we clean and sanitize everything, including the places that most other companies overlook.

Bed Bugs In The Office
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Bed Bugs In The Office

Everyone wants to make their office environment as comfy as possible and snacking at your desk becomes second nature to many. However, for cockroaches, rodents and bed bugs, this can create their dream vacation resort! Read on to understand how bed bugs thrive and how you can work with employees to eliminate the problem before it becomes a significant issue.

Cleanliness Equals Compliance

The US Occupational Safety and Health Act requires employers to provide their empoyees with a work environment that is clean, hygenic and pest free. Bed bugs and other insects and rodents frequently spread disease and if their presence is not detected and dealt with in an efficent manner, it may be interpreted as a violation of the above federal law. If there is an infestation and your employees are talking about it, do not try to shush them but instead listen as they will have information regarding the extent of the problem. Also, if you try to limit these discussions remember the National Labor Relations Act says employers cannot prevent employees from discussing these issues. But working together gives you the best chance of getting to the root of the problem as soon as possible.

Where To Look

When food has been left out for a period of time or overnight, it is an invitation to insects including flies, cockroaches, rodents and other pests (including bed bugs) that may be hungry. Make sure employees know they are expected to clean up directly afterwards and that any leftovers are in the fridge for no longer than seven days.

Another area to look for is water, bed bugs and other insects are attracted to roof leaks, pipes that are dripping or whenever there is a hard to identify musty smell. Remember, bed bugs and other creatures often prefer environments with a high-moisture content. It may also be indicative of another invisible threat, mold.

Another place to look for bugs and rodents (though not necessarily bed bugs) is any area where there is a draft. Any voids or cracks that are greater than one quarter inch in size offer up an ideal home base for these critters. Be sure to check under exterior doors and if you see any large holes designed for utilities and network cabling, speak to your IT team to have them seal the holes up.

Pest Control Tactics

Pest control issues can have an impact on even the cleanest office. If an employee notices a rodent or insect, the matter should be investigated by the building management team as soon as possible. In most cases, they can recommend a course of treatment once they have locted and identified the source. However, in some instances, the source of infestation that needs to be treated is not clear. When that is the situatuin it may be likely when the employees travel to the office, they are not always arriving alone. Insects like lice, fleas and bed bugs, travel by latching onto their human hosts. Similar to flu, these bugs are very contagious and just a single example can rapidly turn into a pandemic impacting the entire organization.

You may be fortunate in that a responsible employee who has been afflicted comes to you. Clearly, this situation deserves the utmost confidentiality and sensitivity. Make arrangements they can work from home or take paid leave for this situation to be addressed and resolved. However, sometimes an employee may come forward claiming a co-worker has an issue. Remember false accusations may be part of workplace bullying and perhaps, even, discrimination. Speak to the manager of the employee and see if they have witnessed similar evidence, only if the answer is affirmative should you approch the individual who has been afflicted. In private ask if they are the victim of a communicable condition and kindly explain it is your duty to make sure working conditions are safe for everyone. You can then inform the employee of their telecommuting or leave options.

Bed Bugs…A Serious Issue

Just one sighting of one of these bugs, just a fraction of an inch in length, can be the cause of an entire workplace having to shut down their operations until the matter has been dealt with. Amazingly, bed bugs can exist for more than 18 months without eating, having an employee work from home will not be enough. A specialist will have to be hired to visit the property with a bug sniffing dog. If the search shows anything, the next step is to fumigate the entire office building. In circumstances where an employee comes forward on a voluntary basis as a potential source of infestation, you may want to consider paying for the employees home to be fumigated as the cost of doing so may be beyond the budget of the employee. Depending on the extent of the infestation, an expert may recommend treatments that are less invasive such as steaming or freezing the hideouts used by bed bugs.

Desert Oasis Cleaning Services Offers Office Cleaning in Phoenix & Throughout The Valley.

To schedule commercial cleaning services in Phoenix, learn more about Desert Oasis’s commercial cleaning services, or to get a free industrial commercial cleaning services quote, use our contact form to submit a request or call Desert Oasis Cleaners today at 1-480-720-0907.

Our quality cleaning materials and experience mean we clean to a higher standard, which leads to better indoor air quality, fewer allergens and lower levels of bacteria creeping around the workplace, just waiting to infect your workforce or cause an accident. At Desert Oasis, we clean and sanitize everything, including the places that most other companies overlook.

Conference Room Cleaning
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Conference Room Cleaning

Imagine entering a conference room to prep for an important meeting. You walk in to set up and are faced with a dirty, cluttered room. You can’t present to current or prospective staff members or clients in here! While you rush to make the room presentable, you run out of time to properly prepare for the meeting itself. Download a Printable PDF Version of this CONFERENCE ROOM CHECKLIST.

If this sounds like a common occurrence in your office, let us help. Use this conference room etiquette list from Desert Oasis Commercial Cleaners to create your own conference room usage guidelines. That way, everyone will know what they need to do after every meeting is complete.

CONFERENCE ROOM CHECKLIST

In general, have the leader of the meeting perform the following tasks after each meeting has concluded:

  1. ❒ Turn Off Computers and Other Equipment.

It doesn’t matter if you turn off equipment or put them in standby mode, it will depend on your workflow, but there should be some model for how electronic devices like conference room computers, projectors, speakers, and computer cameras are left when the room is not being used.

  1. ❒ Clean Up Any Messes.

Meeting notes, handouts, food &, drinks, trash – whatever is lying around at the end of the meeting should be tidied up. Usually, each member of the meeting should be responsible for cleaning up after themselves. Nevertheless, if anything is left behind, it’s up to the meeting’s leader to make sure the room is cleaned and ready for the next meeting.

  1. ❒ Put All Equipment Back Where It Belongs.

Every item in the conference room should have a place, including extra notepads and pens, chairs, phones and computers. Be sure all equipment is put back where they belong. Any brought in items that don’t belong in the conference room, should be taken out after the meeting.

  1. ❒ Wipe Down Surfaces with Disposable Cleaning Wipes.

Having packages of disposable cleaning wipes in the room makes it easy for people in the meeting to clean and sanitize the conference room after the meeting is over. Meeting leaders should wipe down the table, phones, keyboards, computer mouse’s and other high-touched surfaces to help fight the spread of germs and viruses in the office.

  1. ❒ Turn Off The Lights.

Once everything on the checklist has been completed, shut off the lights. The room should be clean and ready for the next scheduled meeting to take place.

  1. ❒ Include The Conference Room In The Regular Cleaning Schedule.

The conference room in your office may or may not get much use. But, it’s important to include the room on the regular cleaning schedule to keep it fully maintained and functional. Along with the steps mentioned above, the janitorial crew can vacuum, remove and replace trash bags, and clean and sanitize surfaces to keep the room always ready to use.

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To schedule conference room cleaning services in Phoenix, learn more about Desert Oasis’s commercial cleaning services, or to get a free commercial cleaning services quote, use our contact form to submit a request or call Desert Oasis Cleaners today at 1-480-720-0907.

At Desert Oasis, we clan and sanitize everything, including the places that most other companies overlook.

How To Clean Fabric Wall Panels
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How To Clean Fabric Wall Panels

In nearly every office there are cubicles and more often than not they have fabric covered walls. However, as they are fabric, they just cannot be wiped down to make them clean. Read on to learn more about the special care cubicle walls require to keep them clean and free of germs.

Good Reasons For Cleaning Cubicle Walls

  • Dust is trapepd by fabric cubicle walls as a by-product of dust mites. Airborne debris, other irritants and dirt are also attracted to them. So, mregular cleaning helps to prevent the spread of dust mites.
  • Allergens are reduced as dust likes to lay in wait in the fabric of youe cubicle. Regualr vacuuming with a HEPA filter will improve the air quality of your workplace and control the allergens in your fabric panels.
  • Unsightly stains can be removed with a thorough deep cleaning that will keep the walls of your cubicle looking fantastic for other coworkers or visitors.

Cleaning Cubicle Walls

  • Remove all the items attached to the wall prior to cleaning.
  • You can access the wall more easily by moving any furniture blocking the way.
  • Use a vacuum with a HEPA filter and reduce allergens like pollen and dust as well as removing particulates, dust and dirt.
  • Pre-treat the stains utilizing a spot cleaner making sure the cleaner does not fade the fabriccolor or cause other damage.
  • Clean the cubicle walls with a mixture of a ¼ cup of liquid detergent and 1 quart of warm water. Mix so it becomes sudsy. Dip a soft-bristle scrub brush into the suds (not the soapy water) and then apply the brush to the fabric panel. Gently scrub the panel in a circular motion, working from the top to the bottom of the wall.
  • Remove the suds with a wet, clean towel.

Desert Oasis Cleaners Offers Commercial Office Cleaning in Phoenix and Surrounding Areas

To schedule your office cleaning services, including medical office cleaning in Phoenix and Scottsdale, learn more about Desert Oasis’s commercial cleaning services, or to get a free office commercial cleaning service quote, use our contact form to submit a request or call Desert Oasis Cleaners today at 1-480-720-0907.

First impressions are vital to your business – that’s why you need the experts at Desert Oasis Cleaners who never hesitate to go the extra mile to ensure your workplace looks it’s best!

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