Types of Cleaning Treatments
Clean Group treats carpets, loose rugs, soft furnishings and upholstery in all types of fibres and fabrics, including:
high pressure cleaning
before and after
before and after
206 Rinaldo Road
Tel: (031) 563 0026
Fax: (031) 563 5356
Our contact cleaning team will come to your premises at a prearranged time and unobtrusively maintain your premises to pristine conditions. This includes all windows, floors, powerpoints, skirtings, etc. All our cleaning staff and vetted and supervised at all times.
- Pre-Occupational Cleaning
Our team will come into your new home or factory prior to occupation and spring-clean your premises. The detail of cleaning will be dictated by an inspection to ascertain the extent required.
Our staff will call on your property at a pre-agreed time and have your windows looking like new.
Call and ask how our team can save you time and money.
All surfaces, including walls, floors and roofs, are treated with special chemicals, determined by the cleaning required; be it moss, grease or other industrial soiling. After the chemical has performed its function by releasing the soiling, we apply a high pressure jet-wash to bring the surfaces back to their original condition.
Regular monthly maintenance can dramatically reduce the need for full cleaning every 3 to 4 months (or more in very high traffic areas).
We remove numerous marks and stains, but certain types of stains, particularly if they are older, may experience lesser success. This is particularly true of things like blood, rust and latex paint.
A prior appraisal of the stain will however determine the extent of anticipated success.
What sort of cleaning do you do?
We are experienced with cleaning in numerous high-traffic and hard-working environments. This includes banks, office blocks, factory environments, retail stores, aircraft, and various other applications.
How often should commercial carpets be cleaned?
As a general rule, more often than it seems. The worst carpet "dirt" cannot be seen, yet, specifically in a commercial environment, can be a leading cause of employee health disorders. This relates to carpet mites, which multiply at a rate of 100% every 10 hours, leaving behind thousands of pieces of excrement. Both the excrement and dead bodies of the mites can become airborne and become inhaled by humans, causing lung irritation and allergies or, at the lowest risk level, lethargy and reduced brain function.
How long does it take?
Timing depends largely on the individual job, but in general it takes 1 hour per 100 square meters on a flat surface.
How long before it is dry?
6 Hours is generally a safe period before the carpet / upholstery is ready for normal day-to-day use. After 24 hours it is safe to remove any protection that we may have placed under furniture legs, etc.
Ideally cleaning should be done during low-traffic periods.