Tools and Materials Needed

  1. Clean cloths
  2. Trigger sprayer
  3. Clean bucket
  4. Products
    1. Disinfectant cleaner; liquid or foaming aerosol
    2. Material Safety Data Sheets for chemicals used
    3. Personal protective equipment as called for in MSDS
    4. If blood or other infectious material is present, follow your site-specific exposure control plan.

Purpose of Cleaning Sinks

To reduce the spread of nosocomial infections.

Procedure for Cleaning Sinks

  1. Put on gloves and personal protection equipment. Always follow OSHA regulations and your site-specific exposure control plan.
  2. When cleaning, work from the top of the sink to the bottom with a disinfectant cleaner.
  3. Spray cleaner disinfectant on sink and around faucets. Let set for ten minutes.
  4. Wipe these surfaces clean with a damp cloth. Rinse cloth in clear water often.
  5. Wipe all chrome and stainless steel dry with another cloth.
  6. Spray under sink using a cleaner disinfectant. Wipe off leaving the underside of the sink clean and sanitary.
  7. Spray drainpipe under sink with a cleaner disinfectant. Wipe off with damp cloth, then wipe dry.
  8. Throw dirty cloths into laundry for cleaning and later reuse.


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