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KITCHENS Regular Kitchen Deep Cleaning can refresh a tired canteen. The Health and Safety Act and the Food Hygiene Act specify in great detail how a working kitchen must be maintained. If it is one of your top priorities to ensure safe food preparation of the children in your care, get your kitchen into shape by thoroughly cleaning and disinfecting floors and walls, cooking equipment, extraction systems, canopies, filters and ductwork.

MUCKY WASHROOMS “The challenges involved with

cleaning School Washrooms vary depending on the age of the children using them.” according to Lara Larsen, Buildings Supervisor. School toilets and showers are, unsurprisingly, breeding grounds for germs and bacteria. Whilst general daily cleaning provides a good level of cleanliness, deep cleaning targets the grime, dirt and lime scale built up in those hard to reach places, including sink overflows, toilet bowls and cisterns, around taps and shower heads, floors and walls especially those hard to reach corners and edges.

GRUBBY CARPETS Carpets in schools have a lot of daily

traffic and improperly maintained carpets can cause health hazards due to the collection of dust, mould, bacteria and allergens such as dust mite waste. Regular deep cleaning helps restore the look of the carpets and keep it safe and hygienic for children to work and play on. To provide an incomparable clean, we use the multi-award winning Texatherm™ Cleaning System. This patented process combines unique chemical technology with heat and agitation to produce a capillary action. This safely deep cleans carpets and soft furnishing, delivering the benefits associated with both wet and dry cleaning systems, including; a formula that dries in less than 30 minutes, a clean and disinfected carpet, an anti-static coating to reduce future build-up, no stretch, shrinkage or “DID YOU KNOW



split seams, low moisture with no sticky residue, low noise application and an environmentally friendly PH neutral formula.


KEYBOARDS Did you know that the teacher is number one on the list of the top germiest jobs? Computers have been proven to harvest more germs than toilet seats, and in an environment where computers are communal, the spread of germs are increased. Regular sanitation of IT Equipment cuts down germs by 90% and can prevent the spread of viruses. This includes thorough sanitation of the hard drive, keyboard, monitor, mouse and telephones.

JADED EXTERIORS It may not only be the inside of your

School that requires attention, take advantage of an empty site and give the exterior of the School a good clean. It is important to effectively clean windows, stone, brick, concrete, paint, metal and woodwork, refurbish claddings and gutters, obliterate graffiti and chewing gum, shot blast floors and paving, install bird netting and renovate façades.


GROUNDS The School Grounds can be just as important as inside the School, providing space or exercise, recreational time and possibly the occasional Science lesson. Whatever the size and usage of your School grounds: from mowing, trimming and strimming to hoeing, pruning and mulching, you should ensure your School is always neat and well presented.


GERMS BY 90%.”

Six weeks of Summer will leave your School looking as good as new, until next half term! Daily cleaning services can ensure your School is hygienic and safe all year round. Ofsted rank hygiene and cleanliness highly in safeguarding best practice. Could this be the year you achieve that ever coveted Outstanding? TOMORROW’S FM | 45

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