deep clean

deep clean

n
an exceptionally intense cleaning process
vb
to perform a deep clean (on)
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On top of the daily cleaning routines, schools undergo a more thorough deep clean prior to re-opening.
rediscover Peterhead business improvement district (BID) is working alongside a cleaning firm for a deep clean of the town centre.
"After taking advice we took the decision to close today in order to bring teams in to deep clean the entire school today and over the weekend," Mr Britten said.
A Disney-themed cafe in Primark had to be temporarily closed for a deep clean after a mouse sighting.
NHS Forth Valley has not been notified of the outbreak and at this time has not been requested to carry out a 'deep clean' of the school.
COUNCIL bosses are to pay for a deep clean of a couple's home, after concerns were raised about the conditions a toddler was living in.
Read through the user manual and learn how to deep clean your stove top properly.
Tameside Primary, in Price Road, Wednesbury, was shut down yesterday and will remain closed today as a deep clean is carried out.
A SCHOOL hit by a severe vomiting bug has reopened after a "deep clean" of the building.
Deep Clean the stovetop and allow some time for it to dry.
Now, after a deep clean was carried out over the school holidays, pest control officers have caught the spider suspected of the bite - and are waiting to identify it.