Preventative clean

To help prevent Coronavirus from contaminating your premises,
staff and customers, regular environmental deep cleaning is a

Decontaminating your premises will not only help to prevent
viruses such as COVID-19; deep cleaning will also reassure
your clients, customers and staff that they are in a safe, sterile
environment. Your reputation will be protected, you will gain the
trust of your customers and your staff will stay healthy. Studies
have shown that cleaner environments promote a higher level of
hygienic behaviour within the general public.

Decontamination cleaning eliminates harmful
bacteria and infectious organisms from all surfaces, greatly
reducing the risk of infection. Without correct deep cleaning
techniques to disinfect and sterilise, bacteria on surfaces will not
be eliminated.

Email or call for free advice and support with all aspects of
Coronavirus cleaning.

Are you at risk?

Is there high traffic areas within my premises?
Does my businesses have a large footfall?
Do I want to reassure staff and customers whilst on site?
Do I want to minimise staff absence?
Do I want to mitigate loss of revenue?
How would I feel if someone got sick in my premises?
Tel: 07779031737
Imagine, the impact an outbreak of the Coronavirus could have
on your business premises. COVID-19, SARS, MERS,
SARS-COV-2 could potentially infect your staff, work colleagues
or customers, having a hugely detrimental effect on your
reputation and revenue.

As Coronavirus spreads through a community, people will tend
to avoid areas of high footfall, practice social distancing and
workplace absenteeism will increase.

Act now to reassure your staff and customers that you are
taking proactive, decisive, positive action to protect them from
Coronavirus..  prevention is always better than cure.
Prevention, eradication and support
Coronavirus eradication clean

If a positive case of Coronavirus has
been detected within your premises, don't panic.

To determine what action to take,
see the government
response to coronavirus on GOV.UK.  This will provide
practical advice and help you to establish your legal
responsibilities around reporting the virus.

Next, contact us -  TEL: 07779031737

Regular cleaning methods and cleaning chemicals will not be
effective in killing harmful bacteria or germs. Specialised deep
cleaning must be carried out to the required standard and
guidelines to prevent the spread of the Coronavirus.

Over the years Phoenix Cleaning Company has been
employed by many councils, hospitals, police, social services
and private/public sector prisons to carry out specialist
cleaning where there has been an outbreak of viruses similar
to the Covid-19 virus. Our service will ensure a 24/7, 365
cover should a coronavirus outbreak occur. We will have a
specialist team ready to deliver an emergency same day
response time, to control and manage the Covid

We have also developed successful strategies to deal with
outbreaks connected with illness, such as the covid-19 virus,
where containment and suppression of the virus is required to
reduce and eliminate the presentation of new cases. Our team
is able to decontaminate large areas and carry out cleaning of
all surfaces, including the air in the room, to effectively bring
any epidemic under control.

Specialised Coronavirus disinfectants certified to EN14476
standards and sophisticated ionised Hydrogen Peroxide
fogging technology are just some of the decontamination
procedures we use to eradicate Coronavirus.

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Please follow these simple hygiene suggestions, to help
suppress virus such as COVID-19

Germs can be spread from person to person or by touching
unclean equipment or surfaces.

To stop the spread of germs, focus your efforts on cleaning
areas in the house where germs are more likely to spread, such
as the kitchen and toilet.

Use either soap and hot water to rinse the germs away, or a
disinfectant to kill them.

Make sure you dry surfaces such as worktops and chopping
boards thoroughly after cleaning. Dampness helps any
remaining germs to survive and, if there's enough water,

You should clean germ hotspots on a regular basis after use,
rather than the customary once-a-week deep clean.

Cleaning aids, such as cloths or mops, must be germ-free or
they'll spread germs to other surfaces.

Here are some general cleaning tips to help prevent the spread
of germs in your home:

Cloths and sponges
use disposable cloths or paper towels when possible
reusable cloths should be disinfected or washed at 60C (140F)
after each use.

Washing-up brushes
wash brushes in a dishwasher regularly or clean with detergent
and warm water after each use

Mops and buckets
use two buckets for mopping – one for detergent and the other
for rinsing
mops and buckets should be cleaned and dried after each use.

keep the U-bend and toilet bowl clean by flushing after each use
use a toilet cleaner and brush every few days
limescale should be regularly removed using a descaling
keep the toilet seat, handle and rim clean by using a disinfectant

Baths and sinks
clean baths and sinks frequently, if they're used regularly
use disinfectant if they've been used by someone who's ill

clean shower trays frequently, if used regularly
if a shower hasn't been used for a while, let it run with hot water
before using it
Tiles and shower curtains
keep tiles and grout in good condition
clean shower curtains frequently.

ensure food-preparation surfaces are clean before use.
Use separate chopping boards for uncooked food – such as
raw meat – and food that doesn't need cooking, like salad leaves
wash and dry your hands after handling foods such as raw meat
clean surfaces immediately after use.

clean floors regularly with warm water and detergent to remove
visible dirt. If soiled with vomit, urine or poo, the floor should be
cleaned using a disposable cloth and warm water, then
disinfected – make sure the floor is dry before allowing children
on it.

Carpet and soft furnishings
steam cleaning is effective against germs on carpets and
Curtains can be cleaned by laundering or disinfected by steam

Pets and other animals
keep pet food separate from human food
always wash your hands after touching animals and their food,
toys, cages and litter trays
dishes, utensils and tin openers used for pet food should be
stored separately.

clean hard or plastic toys by washing them and putting them
away once they're clean and dry
some soft toys can be cleaned in the washing machine.

wash your hands after handling dirty laundry
all underwear, towels and household linen should be washed at
60C (140F) or at 40C (104F) with a bleach-based laundry
product to prevent germs from spreading
don't leave laundry in the washing machine – any remaining
germs can multiply rapidly.

Waste disposal
Foot-operated bins are more hygienic because they reduce the
risk of getting germs onto your hands from touching the bin lid
always wash your hands after handling waste material
throw rubbish away carefully to avoid attracting vermin and

wash your hands with soap and wter often – do this for at
least 20 seconds

use hand sanitiser gel if soap and water are not available

wash your hands as soon as you get back home

cover your mouth and nose with a tissue or your sleeve
(not your hands) when you cough or sneeze

put used tissues in the bin immediately and wash your
hands afterwards

Do not touch your eyes, nose or mouth if your
hands are not clean.
   Please visit these websites for up to date advice on
Coronavirus, covid19: