One, Two, and Three Pass Cleaning System for Cleaning and Disinfecting

Two Pass System for Routine Cleaning and Disinfecting: Spray and wipe
Step 1. Gather equipment, tools and chemical
Step 2. Review treatment map: Drawing or blueprint of office, floor, or facility. Label cleaning routes.
Step 3. Put on PPE – gloves and safety goggles.
Step 4. First pass: Cleaner will spray and wipe surfaces with a detergent cleaner to removes germs and dirt from surfaces and touch points. Vacuum floors.
Step 5. Second pass: Cleaner will spray cleaning cloth with disinfectant and wipe surfaces and touch points. The solution will remain wet for 5-10 minutes and will be allowed to dry. This will kill germs on a surface after cleaning, it can further lower the risk of spreading infection.
Step 6. Continue to use the two-pass system until all areas are completed.
Step 7. Once completed go to janitorial room to clean equipment, place cleaning cloths in bag for laundering and remove PPE.
Step 8. Clock out and secure area. 


Two Pass System for Cleaning and Disinfecting: Electrostatic Sprayer
Step 1. Gather equipment, tools and chemical
Step 2. Review treatment map: Drawing or blueprint of office, floor, or facility. Label cleaning routes.
Step 3. Put on PPE in this order – gown, mask or respirator, goggles or face shield, gloves.
Step 4. First pass: Cleaner will spray and wipe surfaces with a detergent cleaner to removes germs and dirt from surfaces and touch points. Vacuum floors.
Step 5. Second pass: Cleaner will use electrostatic sprayer to apply disinfectant to surfaces and touch points. The solution will remain wet for 5-10 minutes and will be allowed to dry. This will kill germs on a surface after cleaning, it can further lower the risk of spreading infection.
Step 6. Continue to use the two-pass system until all areas are completed.
Step 7. Once completed go to janitorial room to clean equipment.
Step 8. Place cleaning cloths in bag for laundering.
Step 9. Remove PPE in this order. Gloves, goggles or face shield, gown, mask or respirator.
Step 10. Wash hands or use an alcohol-based hand sanitizer immediately after removing all PPE.
Step 11. Clock out and secure area. 


Two Pass System for Routine Cleaning and Disinfecting: Fogging
Step 1. Gather equipment, tools and chemical
Step 2. Review treatment map: Drawing or blueprint of office, floor, or facility. Label cleaning routes.
Step 3. Put on PPE in this order – gown, mask or respirator, goggles or face shield, gloves.
Step 4. First pass: Cleaner will spray and wipe surfaces with a detergent cleaner to removes germs and dirt from surfaces and touch points. Vacuum floors.
Step 5. Second pass: Cleaner will use a fogger to apply disinfectant to surfaces and touch points. The solution will remain wet for 5-10 minutes and will be allowed to dry. This will kill germs on a surface after cleaning, it can further lower the risk of spreading infection.
Step 6. Continue to use the two-pass system until all areas are completed.
Step 7. Once completed go to janitorial room to clean equipment.
Step 8. Place cleaning cloths in bag for laundering.
Step 9. Remove PPE in this order. Gloves, goggles or face shield, gown, mask or respirator.
Step 10. Wash hands or use an alcohol-based hand sanitizer immediately after removing all PPE.
Step 11. Clock out and secure area.

Three Pass System for Cleaning and Disinfecting: Routine cleaning – Disinfecting – Drying (Use this system when the disinfectant your using can not air dry on surfaces)

Step 1. Gather equipment, tools and chemical
Step 2. Review treatment map: Drawing or blueprint of office, floor, or facility. Label cleaning routes.
Step 3. Put on PPE in this order – gown, mask or respirator, goggles or face shield, gloves.
Step 4. First pass: Cleaner will spray and wipe surfaces with a detergent cleaner to removes germs and dirt from surfaces and touch points. Vacuum floors.
Step 5. Second pass: Cleaner will use electrostatic sprayer or fogger to apply disinfectant to surfaces and touch points. The solution will remain wet for 5-10 minutes and will be allowed to dry. This will kill germs on a surface after cleaning, it can further lower the risk of spreading infection.
Step 6. Third pass: Cleaner will wipe surfaces with a microfiber cloth after disinfectant dwell time has passed.
Step 7. Continue to use the three-pass system until all areas are completed.
Step 8. Once completed go to janitorial room to clean equipment.
Step 9. Place cleaning cloths in bag for laundering.
Step 10. Remove PPE in this order. Gloves, goggles or face shield, gown, mask or respirator.
Step 11. Wash hands or use an alcohol-based hand sanitizer immediately after removing all PPE.
Step 12. Clock out and secure area.

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