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"How You Can Implement Medical Cleaning Practices Into Other Residential & Commercial Cleaning Situations". The bottoms line is that in todays cleaning environment. You must treat all situations as if you are dealing with multiple germs and viruses. I would say that you might find even worse situations away from the Medical Cleaning environment.
The first thing I believe you can add to your residential and commercial situations is the use of basic PPE. Gloves, Mask, and some type of gown. The gown can be reused if washed properly. I have found many times that this saves me from a messy situation. When I am done I am getting back into my vehicle and driving to another client. Stay clean.
I tend to clean all of the bathroom work as if it is a medical facility. Hundreds of people may be using the same facility. Keep it simple but clean. Keep yourself protected from all germs and viruses along with making sure you are doing the same for the client.
Remember most clients will not continue to clean up after themselves typically medical staff try to help keep things clean. You never know what kind of situation you may walk into. Treat all surfaces as if they are contaminated. Protect yourself and never cut corners with PPE or any other protection you may choose to use. Bryan.
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