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April 26, 2022

Our 5-Step Enhanced Cleaning Process

Published on April 26, 2022 by southernsands21
5-Step Cleaning Process

The 5-step cleaning process is a set of cleaning practices that we conduct on every property between guest stays, in addition to local laws and guidelines.

Here is the process:

Step 1: Preparation

Proper preparation helps our team clean more efficiently and safely.

  • We ventilate the property before and during cleaning
  • We use disinfectants approved by local regulatory agencies for use against COVID-19
  • We always read the directions and warnings on our cleaning products carefully
  • We wash and disinfect our hands before, during, and after

Step 2: Clean

Cleaning is removing dust and dirt from surfaces, such as floors and countertops.

We make sure to:

  • Sweep, vacuum, dust, and/or mop areas before sanitizing
  • Wash dishes and laundry on the highest heat setting possible
  • Wipe down hard surfaces with soap and water

Step 3: Sanitize

Sanitizing is when you use chemicals to reduce bacteria on surfaces such as doorknobs and TV remotes. Be sure to:

  • Spray high-touch surfaces in each room with an approved disinfectant spray
  • Let the disinfectant stand for the length of time specified on the product label
  • Allow the surface to air-dry

Step 4: Check

Once we’re done sanitizing, we make sure we've not missed anything.

This includes:

  • Referring to the best practices in each room-by-room checklist to make sure you haven’t missed a spot

Step 5: Reset

To help prevent cross-contamination, it's important to finish cleaning and sanitizing a room before replacing items for the next guest:

  • Wash hands before replacing guest supplies, linens, and cleaning kits
  • Safely dispose of or wash cleaning supplies and protective gear
  • Don’t re-enter a room once it’s been sanitized
  • Clean equipment between each turnover

Additional Notes

These practices also require mask-wearing and social distancing when mandated by local laws or guidelines.

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