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- 1 How to properly clean a commercial elevator
- 1.0.1 Forty-three million people visit Las Vegas every year. That’s approximately 118,000 people that ride on an elevator every day in Las Vegas! Image what it takes to keep an elevator in Las Vegas clean and safe! Sheila Shine stainless steel cleaner and polish can help! Janitorial and cleaning services all have access to Sheila Shine products through janiorial wholesalers and distributors which buy directly through Sheila Shine, Inc.
- 1.1 Disinfect and protect your elevator
- 1.2 Keep your building healthy and clean
- 1.3 Cleaning doors and walls
- 1.4 Cleaning the floors and mirrors
- 1.5 Cleaning light fixtures and panel buttons
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How to properly clean a commercial elevator
Forty-three million people visit Las Vegas every year. That’s approximately 118,000 people that ride on an elevator every day in Las Vegas! Image what it takes to keep an elevator in Las Vegas clean and safe! Sheila Shine stainless steel cleaner and polish can help! Janitorial and cleaning services all have access to Sheila Shine products through janiorial wholesalers and distributors which buy directly through Sheila Shine, Inc.
Disinfect and protect your elevator
During these challenging times, we are all frantically cleaning every surface in common areas where large gatherings of people occur daily. In this mad rush to combat COVID-19 we may be overlooking the long-term damage that some common cleaning chemicals may have on components and surfaces. While disinfecting is priority one, you don’t want to inflict unnecessary damage to your electrical and mechanical devices, such as elevators, that may result in costly repairs in the future.
Keep your building healthy and clean
Is your commercial elevator being properly cleaned?
Most commercial elevators feature stainless steel construction, an extremely durable metal that generally requires minimal upkeep. However, every elevator owner should know how to properly clean them to ensure safe operation and a clean environment for elevator passengers. Since so many people could use an elevator on any given day, especially through the casinos and hotels of Las Vegas, routine thorough cleaning can help slow the spread of bacteria and disease.
Cleaning doors and walls
Most commercial elevators will have stainless steel walls and doors. Ensure the elevator has stopped completely and use a non-abrasive cleaner to remove dust and mess from stainless steel. You can also use specialized stainless steel cleaning agents, like Sheila Shine, to remove water spots and give stainless steel a clean and polished shine. When it’s time to clean the interior walls, Sheila Shine can also be used. It cleans, polishes and protects and does not leave a strong odor behind; your elevator passengers will not enjoy a ride in a stuffy elevator with a lingering cleaning agent smell.
Cleaning the floors and mirrors
Depending on the type of elevator floor, you may need to brush and vacuum carpeted floors or clean and polish tiled or steel floors. Non-abrasive and non-corrosive cleaners are the best options. Many commercial elevators have low-rise carpeting that can trap dust, dirt, and grime and a powerful cleaner can prevent passengers from tracking these things out of the elevator.
To finish cleaning your elevator, the light fixtures and buttons on the control panel should come last. You can lock the elevator to prevent it from responding to accidental button presses. Use an antibacterial cleaning agent on the elevator buttons, being careful not to spray any cleaner directly on to the buttons that may seep inside the control panel damage internal components. Use a microfiber cloth to clean the buttons and the panel, removing trapped dirt, dust, hair, and other bits stuck around the buttons. Microfiber cloths are also great for cleaning dust and dirt from light fixtures inside the elevator.
The best way to clean stainless steel elevators in casinos and hotels, and just about every stainless steel surface, is Sheila Shine, the best commercial product on the market for these jobs. It is a polish AND cleaner all in one. Its solvent-based formula cleans, shines and protects stainless steel.