Disinfecting workstations regularly is crucial for your staff’s wellbeing
If you are wondering what types of germs (see list below) are collecting in your keyboard and around the office, swipe across our visualisations below to reveal the hidden horrors that could be lurking on your desk. What seems to be clean but sadly, in reality, it is not.
PC Clean have the expertise to professionally disinfect your workstations ensuring it is clear from dust and infectious spreadable bacteria. We have sourced high-grade antibacterial cleaning products, which are designed to disinfect workstations only (non-display surfaces) and kills 99.9% bacteria.
Display surfaces such as monitor screen and desk phone screen will be cleaned with high-grade anti-static gel to give that streak-free clean.
We guarantee that after our professional treatment to your workstations they will look clean, feel fresh and totally germ-free.
Why choose PC Clean
• We only use the latest high-grade antibacterial and anti-static solutions to clean your devices and equipment (depending on the surface)
• We will only clean when your offices are closed for business so there’ll be no disruption to your staff or business at all
• We respect your workstations, won’t unplug any cables, switch off any equipment or move things around
• Our bespoke packages provide regular monthly or twice monthly deep cleaning that is both effective and competitively priced
• We also provide a detailed report of our work, once the job is fully completed to the high standard set by PC Clean
• PC Clean stay up to date with the advancement of technology and the specific needs of your office equipment, so you can enjoy the peace of mind that comes with using a company that will always know how to best clean your equipment
• We have public liability insurance in place to carry out our special services to your business in case something goes wrong but this would never happen as we take H&S very seriously and our staff adheres to our strict cleaning policies.
Types of bacteria
Heterotrophic bacteria (or total bacteria): Heterotrophic bacteria don’t relate directly to disease-causing bugs but rather a measure of how much bacteria an area is exposed to and how that compares to other sites around the office.
Escherichia coli (abbreviated to E. coli): Escherichia coli are bacteria found in faecal matter. An E. coli infection (mainly caused by the E. coli O157 strain) can cause diarrhoea, vomiting, stomach cramps and a fever.
Helicobacter Pylori: H. pylori – formerly known as Campylobacter pylori – can enter the body and make its way to your digestive tract. Once there, the germs can attack your stomach lining and small intestine. The bacteria can then cause a common ulcer. It is the cause of 95% of all ulcers.
Pseudomonas Aeruginosa: This bacterium is commonly found in the sink and other areas that commonly encounter water. It can cause eye and ear infections in healthy people.
Staphylococcus Aureus: Staphylococcus aureus is a group of bacteria which can cause diseases ranging from boils and abscesses through to food poisoning and toxic shock syndrome. These can be a result of direct infection by the Staphylococcus, or by harmful toxins being produced by the bacteria.