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Cleaning of Lavatories at Primary Depot

  1. For cleaning door and side walls above waist level should not be hosed with water, but should be thoroughly cleaned in detergent solution taking care that no water goes in to the mirrors.
  2. The sidewalls below waist level and the banjo shutters should be hosed with water and thoroughly cleaned.
  3. All dirty spots should be removed with the use of detergent solution. The ceiling and the sidewalls should thereafter be wiped dry.
  4. Any scribbling or sticker on walls available on lavatory panels should be removed.
  5. The mirrors should be wiped with a dry glass duster and if necessary, cleaned with detergent solution and again swiped dry.
  6. Washbasins should be cleaned with detergent powder and wiped dry with a duster.
  7. The lavatory floor should be first sprayed with detergent and then washed with HP water jet with manual scrubbing with a brush.
  8. Indian style commode pans should be cleaned with detergent. All stains or dirty spots on the stainless steel pan should be removed with toilet cleaning agent.
  9. The European style commode should also be HP washed with cleaning agent.
  10. The plastic commode seats and covers should be washed with detergent solution and wiped dry.
  11. The commode chutes should be cleaned with a circular brush and concentrated cleaning agent to remove scaling throughout its length.
  12. Disinfectant solution should be sprayed in the lavatories.
  13. In case of Air-conditioned coaches, plastic curtains should be cleaned and detergent containers filled with liquid detergent. Pine oil or room freshener should then be applied / sprayed.
  14. Over head tanks should be completely filled with fresh water.
  15. The floor shall be scrubbed, washed and dried before completing.


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