Computer cleaning cuts costs

CLEANING computers regularly can improve their resale value, reduce maintenance costs and keep employees healthy, says Mobile Computer Cleaners franchisee Graham Bathols.

“Computers don’t wear out, they burn out. It is dust that causes them to burn out,” Mr Bathols said.

He described his service as preventative maintenance.

“The computer cleaning process gets the dust out of computers and helps kill germs,” Mr Bathols said.

“And we clean all computer components with anti static spray. Static electricity can be very harmful to computers.”

Mr Bathols claimed regularly cleaning office equipment such as phones and computers could help stop sick office syndrome.

Apparently the dust that circulating through offices contributes to the syndrome.

Computers can act as magnets to dust due to the amount of static electricity they generate, and their cooling fans can create mini-dust storms.

Mobile Computer Cleaning began in South Australia in 1992 where the company has the contract to clean ANZ Bank automatic teller machines.

Mr Bathols is MCC’s only WA franchisee and counts the BOCS ticketing office phone room and Gindalbie Gold among his clients.

The company also cleans photocopiers and phones.

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