How to deep clean a hotel guestroom?
A hotel guestroom is a place that needs to be deep cleaned once in a year, at least to make it alluring and attractive for the guest and visitors.
For many motels or hotels, the slower winter months are a perfect time to ramp up sincere cleaning techniques in guestrooms. Deep cleaning is the procedure of taking a room out of a hotel’s salable inventory and thoroughly cleaning it to more exacting standards than is typically performed during the regular housekeeping maintenance. Majority guestrooms are deep-cleaned between two and four times a year, depending on the occupancy level of the hotel.
Here are ten essential areas to tackle:
Carpets: Move all the furniture, and vacuum carpets thoroughly, shampoo/extract carpet, and dry thoroughly.rug Restoration
Lights: Clean all the globes, bulbs, bases, diffusers, and shades.
Beds: Clean mattress, box spring platform, and rails. Vacuum the carpet even under the bed. Check the platform or frame for sturdiness. Remove the headboard from the wall and check both sides carefully for contamination. Rotate and then replace the box spring and mattress. Walls, baseboards, and doors. Working from the bottom up, use an all-purpose cleaner and dry with a clean rag.
Floor tile and grout. Apply a nylon bristle brush and general cleaner to clean floor tiles. Rinse with fresh water and dry it with clean rags. Then apply nylon bristle brush and disinfectant that is a little larger than a toothbrush to clean around the edge of the sink and toilet fixtures. Wipe dry.
Furniture: Clean all the dusty surfaces of furniture, both inside and out. Check and inspect upholstery for rips and stains. Repair or replace required.
Furnishings, surfaces and equipment. Meanwhile, the room is being deep cleaned by housekeeping personnel, an engineer will spot repair any guestroom items such as wallcoverings, painted surfaces, scratched or stained wooden furniture, etc.
Window areas: Dry-clean fabric curtains and draperies; wipe clean launder window sheers and vinyl draperies. Wash the inside of the guestroom-windows; clean the window-frame and track. Ensure the window locking mechanism engages appropriately.
High dusting: Use a dust wand with a long handle to reach all the upper areas of the guestroom, such as smoke detectors and sprinklers. Dust light diffusers, the tops of entertainment hutches, air vent gates, armoires, and door jams.
Shower Curtains gently. Remove hooks of the curtain and clean them by soaking them in a pail of white vinegar or all-purpose cleaner to eliminate built-up soap scum. Install a new or laundered shower curtain.