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Wall Washing Procedure

  Procedure For Wall Washing – Hand Method


Recommended Supplies and Cleaning Equipment:
All Purpose Detergent Cleaner
EPA Registered Cleaner/Disinfectant
Wall Mop Frame and Handle
Wall Mop
Terry Cloth Towels
Small Abrasive Pad
Two (2) Mop Buckets With Down Press Wringers
Wringer Insert
Wet Floor/Caution Signs
Rubber Gloves
Treated Dust Cloth/Wood Block
Vacuum
Sponge and Bucket
Drop Cloth(s)
Ladder and/or Scaffolding


Recommended Method: Wall Mop and Handle:

As in all cleaning procedures, the first step is to gather the recommended janitorial equipment and supplies together and bring to the area to be cleaned.

Test the wall for porosity. Test the all-purpose detergent/cleaner or EPA registered cleaner/disinfectant for compatibility with the surface.

Dust/vacuum the wall. Set up wet floor/caution signs. Then dip wall mop and frame into solution and wring wall mop.

Clean the wall in a “framing” pattern (4 square feet area), starting at the bottom. Rinse the wall mop and wall area using the clear water rinse bucket. Clean the next “frame” area, overlapping the preceding “frame”.

Alternate Method: Sponge and Bucket:

Test the wall for porosity. Test the all-purpose detergent/cleaner or EPA registered cleaner/disinfectant for compatibility with the surface.

Dust/vacuum the wall. Set up wet floor/caution signs. Then dip sponge into solution and wring out.

Clean the wall in a “framing” pattern (4 square feet area), starting at the bottom and work toward your dominate hand. Rinse the area using the clear water rinse bucket. Clean the next “frame” area, overlapping the preceding “frame”. Repeat these steps until wall is finished.

Inspect your work. Repeat procedure(s) if necessary.

Allow time to clean up and return the cleaning equipment to the storage area.

Finally, when you are finished, wash hands and dry thoroughly.
 

 


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