Category: Australian Forensic Cleaning


It takes a special kind of person to work in the field of crime scene clean up. You need a strong stomach and nerves of steel, because your job involves cleaning up human remains left behind by medical examiners, chemicals, or potentially harmful viruses or bacteria. Crime scene cleaners ... Read More
December 4, 2018admin


No one ever expects their home or business to become a crime scene. It’s the kind of thing that you just can’t be prepared for. Still, the unimaginable can happen. When it does, the authorities do their job, but their work doesn’t include dealing with the aftermath. You’re responsible for cleaning ... Read More
June 18, 2018admin


Floods are an inconvenience at the least and devastating at worst. Where there is a flood, it is very likely the water is contaminated. There are three categories of contaminated water, each with their own challenges for cleaning. The one thing that each category of flood water have in common ... Read More
May 1, 2018admin


Professional Biological Remediation technicians must follow a stringent process when undertaking a biohazard clean up to ensure the contamination is contained and disease-causing agents are exterminated for a safe and biohazard free result. Sydney Forensic Cleaning bio-remediation technicians are appropriately trained and experienced in all facets of biohazard remediation and ... Read More
April 20, 2018admin


Whether extremely mild or blazing with intensity, fires and the resulting smoke are damaging to any and all household electrical goods. The soot and smoke that cover every inch a fire originally touched leaves damaged goods, like important electronics, in their wake. Once the fiery invaders have been extinguished, what’s ... Read More
January 14, 2018admin


Every year thousands of crimes are committed that involve a crime scene investigation, usually requiring the use of fingerprint powder or blue luminol. Australian Forensic Cleaning provides clean up and restoration of properties and vehicles that contain luminol, fingerprint dust, blood and other biohazard pathogens that may be associated with ... Read More
December 4, 2017admin



Biohazard Cleaning After a Fire

It’s hard to imagine anything more traumatic than a fire in your home, threatening your family’s sense of security. A fire can swiftly bring an your business or everyday life operations to a sudden halt; affecting your business and its customers or your families sense of safety and ... Read More
November 30, 2017admin


Having a loved one who suffers a hoarding and gross filth situation can be a very problematic. Chronic hoarding is a serious disease, and breaking the habit can be a long, difficult process, for everyone involved. Forensic Cleaning Australia has seen this problem first-hand many times, working extensively with the ... Read More
October 25, 2017admin


Bio hazardous waste is any waste that contains infectious materials or potentially infectious substances such as blood. Of particular concern are sharps such as scalpel blades, needles, glass pipettes, or any other waste material that may cause an injury during handling. Biohazard waste must be handled according to federal regulations. When ... Read More
October 20, 2017admin


When an accident or trauma has occurred at a home or at an industrial site, a professional cleaning service is crucial. Australian Forensic Cleaning’s trained and certified bio-remediation technicians possess the experience in all types of trauma and accident scenes and have industry specific chemicals and equipment to deal with ... Read More
October 4, 2017admin