CHILD RELATED CLEANING

Infants and toddlers touch everything. They put their hands in their mouths (and other things) and then they touch everything again. Of course they can’t yet master good hand hygiene on their own, so parents and caretakers are always on high alert, constantly cleaning up, wiping down and doing whatever else they can to minimize their babies’ chances of encountering infectious bacteria.

A. Steam Cleaning

  1. The fabric is vacuum cleaned to open up the pile and remove loose debris.

  2. Stained or especially dirty areas are treated with focused high pressured hot steam.

  3. The whole piece of item is cleaned and then the water, along with the dirt is vacuumed.

B. Deep Cleaning Extraction

  1. The fabric is vacuum cleaned to open up the pile and remove loose debris.

  2. Stained or especially dirty areas are applied with low foam and non-toxic cleaner.

  3. The whole piece of item is scrubbed and cleaned and then the water, along with the dirt is rinsed and extracted with suction.


Our cleaners will advise on the likely drying time. This depends on the fabric and the environmental conditions of the room in which the cleaning takes place.