In-depth Cleaning


Regular in-depth cleaning is vital to ensure a hygienic working environment. It is important that dust, bacteria, dirt and germs are removed which will eliminate bad odours and sickness. In-depth cleaning occurs in areas not reached by regular cleaning. Specialised chemicals are used to clean high-traffic areas such as ablution facilities, flooring and tiles:



  • Disinfect and remove bacteria and stains on the internal surface of the toilet.
  • Wipe clean all external surfaces of the toilet




  • Remove traps where possible and disinfect.
  • Clean and disinfect the area where the trap sits and where all waste passes.
  • Clean and disinfect the internal and external surfaces of the urinals.

Basins, Taps, Showers and Baths


  • Remove all stains and algae from surface areas.
  • Clean and disinfect all internal and external surfaces.
  • Remove any drain covers and disinfect areas i.e. showers etc.
  • Pour specialised chemicals into drainpipes to remove any bacteria and accumulation of algae.
  • Wipe down and disinfect all taps, plugs and plug holes.
  • It is important to note that a general clean must also take place on all surfaces surrounding the ablution units i.e. walls, tiles, mirrors and floors.




  • In-depth cleaning of floors especially concrete or tiled floors by scrubbing the floors with a scrubbing machine using specialised chemicals and rotating brushes.
  • These floors are mopped down using a general all-purpose cleaner.
  • Floors are then sealed in order to prevent dirt from re-penetrating the floor.
  • This clean can be done on a quarterly basis or bi-annual basis depending on the volume of traffic in the area.