MyClean trains its cleaners to ensure they deliver a consistent, high quality clean by utilizing the MyClean Method.
The MyClean method leaves nothing to chance. It aligns the interests of the cleaner, the customer, and the company. How? By breaking a clean down to the essentials. Below is a brief look at how our cleaners approach a clean.
1. PREPARE- Before a cleaner even leaves for work, he or she must ensure that: 1) the day’s schedule is clear. 2) electric equipment is charged, and 3) supplies are reloaded and sufficient to get through the day’s cleans.
2. ASSESS the apartment- This means identifying problem areas (a streaky mirror, a sink full of dishes), and finding anything out of place (a glass on the night stand, garlic on the coffee table). It also means finding the step stool and vacuum, to ensure all areas that can be cleaned, ARE cleaned.
3. ORGANIZE supplies- Arriving prepared with the necessary supplies, then having those supplies at the ready ensures that each are of focus is addressed with the proper equipment.
4. DISHES- Cleaning dishes and running the dishwasher allows the kitchen to be properly cleaned.
5. KITCHEN- TOP TO BOTTOM- Cleaners clean in “levels,” top to bottom, ensuring that all dirt and grime is removed or falls to the floor (for mopping): 1) dusting, 2) high cabinets, 3) refrigerator (all sides), 4) counter level (scrubbing where necessary), 5) lower cabinets and dishwasher, and 6) trash can.
6. BATHROOM- TUB TO TOILET- After dusting high vents and fixtures, cleaners clean the tub, from top to bottom (starting at the shower head), removing and cleaning all shampoos and soaps, cleaning the shower door or curtain, and finally the tub itself. Next, cleaners clean the vanity, mirror, cabinets, and towel racks. When all this is done, the cleaners turn to the toilet (where they use the rags in their hand for the last time).
7. BEDROOMS and COMMON AREAS- 360 Clean- Our cleaners start at the door frame of each room, and work their way around the walls and window sills, to ensure no areas are missed. Some of the most important areas to clean (buzzer, entry table) are near the door, and should not be over looked. From there, cleaners focus on the interior of the rooms (bed, coffee table, dining table).
8. DRY MOPPING- A step that cannot be overlooked. Our cleaners use their microfiber mops to ensure that all areas of the floor, including accessible areas under furniture, are properly cleaned. Cleaners generally work with their back to the door, mopping from the baseboards (with our flexible mop head) in. Without dry mopping, dust can turn to mud.
9. WET MOPPING- Cleaners use wood-safe all purpose cleaner, mop with the grain of the floor/wood, and mop until solution is evenly applied, to avoid streaks.
10. SELF-INSPECTION / STRAIGHTENING UP- Cleaners are trained to spend several minutes in each room making sure everything is not just clean, but tidy as well. Among other things, cleaners quick fold clothes on the floor, organize remote controls, and straighten magazines.
11. WALK-THROUGH- Cleaners offer each customer a walk through to ensure that the customer is satisfied.
12. CHECKLIST- Cleaners deliver our 50 Point MyClean Checklist, ensuring that the clean was done properly, and that any problems (broken soap dish, no step stool) are flagged for the customer.