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Office kitchens and bathrooms are some of the more obvious sources of odour. Regular cleaning of office facilities removes the most common odour problems.
Office bins must be emptied on a very regular basis lest food items cause problems. Other office facilities must also be cleaned, though odour problems are less of a concern here.
Use of harsh chemical will clean most surfaces, but the smell of these cleaning agents is an issue in its own right. Better cleaning techniques with less extreme cleaning products is preferable.
The office air can be improved with a commercial air filter. This does not remove the source of air pollutants, but it will remove the harmful or offensive components in the air. This makes the air better for breathing.
Filters with charcoal or HEPA filters are considered the best option.
Clean air is especially important for those with allergies.
Carpet and furnishings
New carpets, fresh paint, and some office furnishings will often release small amounts of formaldehyde gas into the surrounding air. This gas is harmful to human breathing, causing throat irritation, poor concentration and lethargy. It can also aggravate pre-existing allergies. More modern products emit far less formaldehyde than products of a generation ago.
New carpets can have much of the formaldehyde removed with bicarb of soda. Good ventilation for a few days after installation, followed by continual use of an air filter, will quickly remove formaldehyde form the office environment.
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We recommend regular office cleaning. A clean environment is better for company morale, and is certainly more hygienic. But doing the cleaning yourself takes up too much company time. Instead let us look after the details so you can return to a clean office each day.
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