Fine art of cleaning

Knowing your job and doing it good is not enough when it comes to art of cleaning. As a professional, you need to have right cleaning products and you need to know how to use them good. More than everything else, cleaning professional need understand how their work affects others.

Simply put, cleaning is the set of actions โ€“ choosing right product for right job, cleaning (trash removal, dusting, vacuuming or mopping) and disposal and beyond that are done in routine in and around living spaces.

An ordinary cleaning worker mostly is engaged in the general factors like removal and disposal but a professional (janitorial services providers and or managers of cleaning companies) need to look at cleaning beyond as a process. Cleaning professional, however, look at these tasks as the process of locating, identifying, containing, removing and properly disposing of unwanted substances from an environment โ€“ anything from a floor or shelf, or a structure to multi story office building complex. Professional cleaners understand how water and or air act as natural cleaning agents or how time is a critical element. Temperature also is an important factor in cleaning process, especially as it affects the solvents that break down pollutants.

Cleaning process is not a rocket science, but it is an exercise that is certainly based on science. No one can deliver without understanding the science behind fine art of cleaning.

Posted in Cleaning Companies, Cleanliness

Keep your workplaces clean

Lately, a survey crossed my desktop that says, โ€œof the 2,600 bosses surveyed worldwide, 51% agreed there is a link between a worker’s organizational skills and job performance. In other words, employers look more positively at neatness than slobs.โ€ Have a look at your workplace. Is it neat and (organized)? Yes, being neat will surely impact your mood and attitude. Being clean is a visual thing, and it is also being able to do more. Organizations that pay attention on cleanliness of their work environment can achieve much more, than those where clutter is the order of the day, every day. That is why any perceptive concern will do all what is possible to have a clean look.

This survey reminded me of one of the important and simple ways to keep work place clean and organized by applying 55 principle – one of the Japanese concepts for keeping our work environment clean and safe.

A key to being clean is a determining factor to what time you are most productive. I suggest you leave the cleaning to professional cleaners and concentrate on your work. This is simple and done properly can yield results. Try it out at your place, small or large, and see the results.

Posted in Cleanliness