Whether you are looking to clean your high school or college sports complex, or professional sports arena, you need to consider a variety of the same cleaning tasks to keep your expansive space a positive and pleasing experience for the visitors. The scale might be different for each complex, but the germs, debris, and places you want to tackle will all be similar.

How to Clean your Sports Complex

These types of sporting locations will all have high amounts of traffic and that traffic will likely be concentrated to a small window of time. So, you will have a lot of people, food, and action taking place in short amounts of time depending on your venue. This will give blocks of time for cleaning, as well, which is helpful. However, complete cleaning should be taken into account on a daily basis as most facilities are still used regularly and often.

Sports Complex Restroom and Kitchen Cleaning

Most sports complexes will have kitchen and food prep areas that will need to be cleaned on a regular basis. While it might not need to be addressed daily (if not used daily), it will need to be cleaned, sanitized and organized after each event when it was used. It might also need attention a number of days throughout the week based on staff usage and treatment of the space.

Restrooms are always at the top of the list for thorough daily cleaning. While they will probably need cleaning a number of times during a sports or entertainment event, restrooms are the most likely candidate for daily cleaning during the week, too. They will be used by the sports complex staff and guests, and should be taken care of regularly. That means sanitizing, polishing, picking up, emptying trash receptacles, and refilling supplies as needed.

Cleaning your Sports Complex Floors

Floors in your sports and entertainment venue will get the most usage during the week and during your entertainment events. You will have a variety of surfaces to think about as well. There will probably be tile, linoleum, and carpet. But, there might also be hardwood and special types of flooring to consider.

Carpeted floors will need to be vacuumed daily and will probably need to be looked after during your sporting and entertainment events. They will pick up dirt and debris as well as food and drinks spills, and may become unsightly if left unattended. Make sure to vacuum and pick up in these areas regularly. Tile, linoleum and hardwood can be dry mopped often throughout events but should be damp or wet mopped regularly as well to keep them looking their best, and preventing germs and stains. Specialty surfaces should be cleaned in regard to their particular recommendations again on a regular and timely basis to keep them clean.

Cleaning Hard Surfaces in Your Sports Arena

Consider hard surfaces as all the remaining areas that will need to be cleaned and polished in your sports and entertainment facility. Hard surfaces include walls, furniture, pillars, countertops, and window ledges. You will come across a variety of finishes and surfaces in these areas as well. From stainless steel surfaces that require a special stainless cleaner to sanitize them and make them shine, to wood surfaces that will also require a wood polish to make them look great. You might come across some stone or manmade surface products that you’ll want to sanitize as well. Special products might be necessary for these areas or maybe just a light soap and water solution will be recommended. 

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The easy way to help keep your sports complex and entertainment venues clean and looking great is to hire a professional cleaning team to come and clean your facility. The cleaning staff should be educated on any special sanitizing needs, procedures, and requirements that are involved with having a presence in your sports complex and entertainment spaces. Let us do the work!

We at Clean Method provide this type of professional cleaning service. Click here to learn more about our cleaning services for all your sports complex and entertainment venues. Our professional cleaning staff is bonded, insured and maintains OSHA compliance. We would be happy to clean it for you. Please contact us online or call us at 571.451.0441 for answers to your questions and to schedule your janitorial cleaning appointment today!

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