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  2. 2. Spot removal Hard Brush
  3. 3. Upholstry Brush Long Handled Curtain and Pleats Brush Soft metallic bristle
  4. 4. Nylon Fiber Carpet Brush Natural Fiber Carpet Brush for Rugs Horsehair Bristle Carpet Brush Leather Cleaning Brush Short bristle scrubbing brush
  5. 5. Grout Cleaning Brush Carpet Brush Roller Iron Shaped Brush WC Brush
  6. 6. Nylon bristle deck scrubbing brush Oval Wall Dusting brush Nylon bristle wall dusting brush
  7. 7. TYPES OF BROOMS Natural Fiber Broom Nylon bristled broom Nylon bristled street broom
  8. 8. Coconut fiber yard broom Box Sweeper
  9. 9. Dry Mops Impregnated Dry mop Disposable Dry Mop Head Static Duster Do-All Mops
  10. 10. Kentucky mops with loop ends Sponge Mop Squeegee
  11. 11. Duster and cloth mittens Swabs and wipes
  12. 12. Scrim Glass Cloth Rags and Polishing Cloths Chamois Leather
  13. 13. Dust Pan Standing Dustpan with Broom
  14. 14. Guest room Dustbin Dustbins in the service rooms Public area Dustbin Dustbin in waste collection
  15. 15. Sanibin Spray Bottles Polish applicator Hand Caddy
  16. 16. d’s Cart / Trolley or Chambermaid’s Trolley
  17. 17. Guest Supplies Sewing Kit / Dutch Wife Match box Ashtray Shoe Mitt Service Directory Contd…..
  18. 18. Business Kit Guest stationary folders DND Card Breakfast knob card
  19. 19. Tent cards Laundry Bag Hangers
  20. 20. Bathroom Supplies
  21. 21. Toilet Strips Dental Kit Loofah
  22. 22. In the Hand Caddy All purpose cleaner Glass Cleaner Rubber Gloves Napthalene Balls
  23. 23. Linen Trolley
  24. 24. Single section standing ladder Step Ladder
  25. 25. Extension Ladder Combination Ladder Roof Ladder
  26. 26. Carpet Beaters Abrasives
  27. 27. Electric brooms Dustettes Backpack vacuums Upright Vacumm
  28. 28. Cylindrical vacuum cleaner
  29. 29. Pile-lifter vacuum Cetralized Vaccum Cleaner
  30. 30. Floor Machine Burnishing pad – Non wowen Natural/Polyester Fiber Buffing Pad
  31. 31. Hot water extraction machine Solvent Extraction Machine Carpet Shampooing Machine Scrubber-dryer-sweeper High pressure washer
  32. 32. Type of Equipment: Taski 450 smm (18'') brush, low-speed machine S. No. SM 381 Date of Purchase Date First Used Cost of Machine Attachments Cost Period of Gurantee Life Expectancy Specific User(if any) Other users Location of area where used Other areas Supplier Local Representative Servicing Details Sample card for Equipment Indexing •Up to date information •Location of equipment, who operates •Cost details •Servicing details •When purchasing new equipments gives relaibility check
  34. 34. Water Detergents Abrasives Reagents Organic Solvents Disinfectants and Bleaches Glass CleanersDeodorize rs Laundry aids Toilet Cleaners Polishes Floor Sealers Floor strippers Carpet Cleaners
  35. 35. Water Sources of Water Surface Water Deep-soil water Sub-soil water Types of Water Hard Water Temporary HardnessPermanent Hardness Soft Water Methods of softening water Alkali Method Lime Soda Method Addition of sequestering agents Ion-exchange method Organic base- exchange method
  36. 36. •Water that contains more than 60ppm(particles per million) of calcium/magnesium is called hard water. •When the mineral content is in the range of 61-120ppm, the water is said to moderately hard and if its exceeds 180ppm the water is considered very hard. •Temperory Hardness •Caused by bicarbonates of calcium and magnesium. •Can be removed simply by heating the water above 72 degree Celcius •Permenant Hardness •Caused by sulphates and chloride of magnesium and calcium. •EFFECTS OF HARD WATER •Does not allow lather formation from soaps and detergents. Means more use of detergents to get the desired result. •Premature ageing of fabrics due to constant friction with the deposits from hard water. Becomes coarse and uncomfortable to work •Can cause discolouration •Gives rotten-egg odour.
  37. 37. •Water which has more than 50ppm hardness needs to be softened. •The reaction that happens in the removal of temporary hardness •Ca(HCO3)2 → CaCO3↓ + CO2↑ + H2O •Mg(HCO3)2→MgCO3 + CO2↑ + H2O / MgCO3 + H2O→ Mg(OH)2↓ + CO2↑ •Alkali Method – Calcium Hydroxide(Ca(OH)2) is used to remove the hardness from the water •Lime soda method – Sodium carbonate and calcium hydroxide are used. •Addition of sequestering/chelating agents – Organic compounds that react with metallic ions and form a complex. These metallic ions will be present in the water but will unable to ract with soap or detergent, thus making water soft. •Ion-exchange method – hard water is made to get into zeolite. Any hardness in the water through this process is completely removed. •Organic Base Exchange Method – Organic-base exchangers are synthetic resins containing the sulphonic and carboxylic acid group.
  38. 38. Effect of Hard water on shower head.
  39. 39. The Cleaning Agents that are used with water, loosen and remove dirt and hold it apart so that it does not stick again Types of Detergent Soapy Detergent Synthetic Detergent Basic Properties of Detergent: •Good wetting power – enable the surface of the article to be thoroughly wet. •Good emulsifying power – to breakup the grease and enable the dirt to to be loosened •Good suspending power – to suspend the dirt in solution, thus preventing its deposition. Composition of Detergent 1. Active Ingredients – These lower the surface tension between water and the cloth. The are natural oils or fats or obtained from petrochemicals 2. Builders – They give bulk to the detergents. They are added to improve handling and dilution property. E.g. Water for liquid detergent and sodium sulfate for powder 3. Additives – Added for extra effect. Bleaching agents, bluing agents, fluorescent brighteners, enzymes, and so on.
  40. 40. Powdered Detergents Pro: They're generally cheaper. Pro: The cardboard packaging is more eco-friendly. Con: Some people think they don't dissolve as well in water. This may have been a problem with some of the first powdered detergents, but these days, most powders are designed to readily dissolve in water. Con: Sodium sulphate can wreak havoc on septic systems. Con: Powders contain more chemicals compared with liquids, due to the filler. Liquid Detergent Pro: The detergent is already pre-dissolved. Pro: You can pre-treat stains by pouring it directly onto clothes. Con: They're usually more expensive than powdered detergent. Con: They have plastic packaging, which is less eco-friendly. How Detergents work Every detergent molecule has hydrophilic head, hydrophobic and oleophillic tail. 1. Wetting Action – • Lowers surface tension 2. Emulsifying action – • The grease gets attracted, trapped and gets removed from the fabric 3. Suspending action – • Since the grease is trapped now this due to fact that the hydrophilic heads at the other end from the grease molecule are attracted to water. The surfactant carry mild charge which repel each other. This also aids in suspending power of detergent.
  41. 41. Detergent Soapy Toilet Soap Soap powders Soap Flakes Synthetic Biological Disinfectant Liquid Powdered synthetic Solvent Based
  42. 42. Less Expensive Effective only in soft water •Toilet soap •Different for guest rooms and for cloak rooms •Soap powders •Soap flakes – Simplest of all detergent, they dissolve easily and are used for delicate fabrics washed at low temperatures. Not affected by hard water and have good suspending power Alkaline detergents are widely used in housekeeping as they are very strong detergents and removes grease. •Liquid synthetic detergent •Powdered synthetic detergent •Solvent-based detergent •Biological detergent •Disinfecting detergent/sanitizers
  43. 43. 1. Have good wetting, emulsifying and wetting powers 2. Readily dissolve in water 3. Cleanse quickly with minimum agitation 4. Be effective in all ranges of hard water, without producing scum 5. Be effective over a wide range of temperature 6. Be harmless to the skin and the surface to be cleaned 7. Be easy to rinse away 8. Be biodegradable 1. Dilute as per manufacture’s recommendations 2. Use right detergent for surface to be cleaned 3. Use protective gloves when using strong detergents 4. Dissolve the detergent thoroughly before use. 5. Rinse away all traces of detergent from the surface and any cleaning equipment employed. 6. Label detergent containers neatly 7. Store detergent containers in a dry, well-ventilated storage area. 8. Wipe up any spilled detergent, as it may be safety hazard
  44. 44. TASKI R1 is a fully formulated cleaner-cum- sanitizer for cleaning and sanitizing all surfaces in the bathroom, viz sink, tub, tiles, floor and fittings. This pleasantly scented product does not contain any abrasives or bleach. TASKI R1 is safe for use on marble and granite. TASKI R2 is a concentrated general purpose cleaner-cum-sanitizer. This pleasantly scented product which does not contain any abrasives or bleaches, is ideal for the quick and gentle cleaning of all hard surfaces (e.g. TV cabinets, photo frames, telephones, etc.) Including glass and mirrors. TASKI R2 is recommended for use on shiny floor surfaces like polished marble, granite, etc. TASKI R3 is a concentrated cleaner for cleaning all types of glass and mirrors. Regular cleaning of windows, glass display cases and mirrors with TASKI R3,leaves the surface clean and streak-free.
  45. 45. TASKI R4 SHINE-UP is a product formulated for wooden furniture maintenance. When used daily it cleans and leaves a deep, lustrous sheen on wooden furniture. TASKI R5 is a water-based air freshener featuring a pleasing floral perfume which deodorizes guestrooms, banquet halls and office rooms. TASKI R6 is an effective toilet cleaner specially formulated to remove lime- scaledeposits and stubborn stains. It leaves toilet bowls and urinals sparkling clean. TASKI R7 is an effective floor cleaner. It can be used for both wet mopping as well as scrubbing with a machine.
  46. 46. Highly effective acid based descaler for kettles. Effectively removes lime scale without the need for scrubbing TASKI R9 is a fully formulated cleaner for cleaning all fittings and walls in the bathroom viz. sink, tub, tiles and fittings. It is specifically formulated for hard water conditions. Regular usage of TASKI R9 prevents scale deposition on walls and fittings. Suma i n o x is a specially formulated polish for care of stainless steel that protects against grease and water splashes leaving the surface with a bright finish. It can be used on stainless steel doors (specially refrigerators and freezer doors) and outside surface of stainless steel equipment.
  47. 47. Guest Supplies Guest Amenities Guest Expendables Guest Essentials Guest Loan Items
  48. 48. TCMF – Tea, Coffee Making Facility Chocolates, Biscuit Platter, Free Beverages, Free Snack,
  49. 49. Pin, Small Stapler, Paper Clips, Pen, Envelopes, Writing Sheets
  50. 50. Bath Gel, Bath Salt, bubble bath, Body lotion, body talc, body oil, deodorant, moisturizer, tanning lotion, shower cap, shampoo, hair conditioner, nail clipper, small scissor, comb, Loofah pads.
  51. 51. Laundry Bag, Laundry List Magazines, Plastic/Utility Bags, Sewing Kits, Disposable slippers, Tent Cards, Coffee Sachet, Candy/Mints. Bathroom Expendable Supplies: -
  52. 52. Types of Linen Guest Room Linen Bed LinenBath Linen F&B Linen Health Club Linen
  53. 53. Bed Linen Types Sizes in In. Sizes in Cm Sheets Single 80*117 203*295 Double 90*108 225*270 Queen 108*117 270*295 King 117*126 295*315 Crinckle Sheet Single 72*108 180*270 Double 90*108 225*270 Pillow Cases Standard 20*30 50*75 King Size 20*36 50*90 Blankets Single 70*100 175*250 Double 90*100 225*250 Queen 100*117 250*295 Duvet Covers Single 55*80 135*200 Double 70*75 175*190 Bed Spreads Varies with Bed Size. Should just touch the floor Mattress Protectors Sngl or Dbl Slightly shorter than sheets
  54. 54. Dust Ruffles Mattress Protector
  55. 55. Body Wash Cloth Bath Mat
  56. 56. Table Linen Specification Size in Inches Table Cloth(Square) 2-seater table 36*36 4-seater table 54*54 6-seater table 63*63 8-seater table 72*72 Table Cloth(oblong) 6-seater table 52*72 8-seater table 90*72 Napkins/Serviettes 18*18 / 24*24
  57. 57. Slip Cloths Baize Cloth Frills Waiter’s cloth
  58. 58. •HK is the custodians of uniforms for all hotel Employees •Exchanged at uniform room on one-for-one basis •There should be two uniforms per employee and upon confirmation third set should be made. •Purpose of Uniform •Well groomed appearance •Identifing hotel staff and differentiating them from guest •Work comfort •Encouraging a feeling of belonging in the employees of the organization. •Should be well fit and allow for comfort of movement. •Half length sleeves for employees who do hands-on work. •Pockets are handy and always helpful. •Elements of traditional