Unit 105 Prepare and clean furniture, fixtures & fittings
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  • 1. Prepare and clean furniture, fixtures & fittings
  • 2. The cleaning of furniture fixtures and fittings covers a wide range of different types of:  Cleaning equipment  Cleaning materials  Cleaning methods  Surfaces  Soilage Cleaning furniture, fixtures and fittings
  • 3. Equipment
  • 4. Materials
  • 5.  • • • • • • You may encounter an unlimited number of different surfaces! Wood Glass Leather Plastic Vinyl Metal • • • • • Paint Laminates Cloth Ceramic A combination of any of the above! Remember to check that the cleaning agent & materials you have chosen are safe to use on that particular surface. Surrounding or adjacent surfaces may need protecting with plastic sheeting Surfaces
  • 6.           Dust Grease/fats Oil Food Liquids Wax Paint Ink Body fluids Hair Soilage Remember – Does the surface only require cleaning or is disinfection also required?
  • 7.  Dry Dusting  Damp Dusting  Polishing  Washing Methods
  • 8. Remember!  Always wear the correct PPE  Assemble equipment and check for safety  Place warning signs  Ventilate the area, if appropriate Method
  • 9.  Using a dry, lint free duster or static mitten, systematically dust vertical surfaces from top to bottom and horizontal surfaces with straight overlapping strokes.  Refold duster as necessary to ensure dust is not re-deposited on cleaned surfaces.  Do not flick duster.  Replace duster as necessary. Dry Dusting
  • 10.  Prepare cleaning solution according to manufacturers instructions  Using a well wrung cloth, wipe surface using smooth strokes  As necessary, rinse cloth in clean water  Change cloth if visibly soiled Damp wiping
  • 11.  Apply cleaning solution using a cloth, then remove dirt by wiping.  Rinse cloth regularly in cleaning solution  Apply clean rinse water  Wipe dry with a clean cloth  Remember to protect surrounding surfaces! Washing
  • 12.  Apply polish sparingly to CLEAN surface  Take care not to avoid applying polish to other surfaces (Especially floors!)  ALWAYS spray polish onto cloth and not onto the surface  When dry, buff to a high sheen Polishing