Before you start sanitising your lift, you need to make sure that cleaning can be done safely and in accordance with your national health and safety guidelines.
Before you begin cleaning the lift, you need to switch off the power supply. In public spaces, also put up a sign on the doors to inform bystanders that the lift is being cleaned and must not be used.
Begin to clean the lift from the inside, working from the ground up. Use a disposable cloth and warm, soapy water. Finish by sanitising frequently touched surfaces with a household disinfectant.
Use a microfiber cloth to remove excess dust and debris and an antibacterial cleaning product to sanitise the handrail and lift buttons. Avoid corrosive detergents, as they may damage electronic components.
Use warm, soapy water for the glass and metal surfaces of the shaft and doors. Carefully wring out your cloth before cleaning the call buttons and finish by disinfecting the door handles and buttons.
Use a vacuum cleaner to clean the floors of your lift, paying close attention to gaps where dust and debris may have collected over time.
Certain elements of your lift, such as the lift pit, must be cleaned by a qualified technician. The cleaning of these elements should be part of your regular lift maintenance program.
If you want to get more advice on how to clean your lift safely, just download our cleaning folder. A clean lift will help:
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