As is the case with nearly every single kind of public bathroom, office bathrooms get dirty very quickly if not cleaned well and properly on a regular basis. Keeping your office bathrooms clean is very important for morale. Nobody likes to go to the bathroom at their work to find a dirty, nasty bathroom.
Cleaning one of these types of bathrooms isn’t a quick job either, especially for someone who’s not familiar with how to clean them and hasn’t formed an organized way to approach cleaning. A lot of people simply can’t stand cleaning bathrooms and find it a tedious and unpleasant task. There are a few business owners that don’t mind getting their hands dirty and doing the work themselves in order to save a little money, but almost everyone would opt to spend a little extra money to get a professional cleaning crew to clean it for them.
In this article we’re going to look at a couple of tips that can help you clean that bathroom properly if you’re looking to do it on your own to save a little money.
First of all, you need to make sure that you’re well equipped to comfortably clean. And be sure your bathrooms are well equipped too! Soap dispensers, hand dryers and sufficient waste bins are all important parts of maintaining a clean office bathroom. Soap dispensers help prevent the gooey mess that can be caused by hand soap. Get stocked with cleaning products, microfiber cloths, anti-bacterial spray for surfaces, toilet cleaner, and toilet brushes.
Next, you’ll want to set up a good cleaning schedule that you can stick to so cleaning can stay consistent. Cleaning your bathrooms more thoroughly can be a weekly thing, while you can have a daily quick surface clean just to maintain order and basic cleanliness.
Make a checklist for your deep cleaning so that you can get the job done efficiently in an organized manner.
1. Empty the garbage cans and clean them.
2. Clean the toilets, starting with the exterior, then the interior.
3. Get the floors cleaned, all corners included.
4. Wipe down and clean all the surfaces.
5. Get the mirrors wiped down and polished.
6. Fill soap dispensers and replace toilet paper.
With these tips, you should be all set with proper plan to keeping your office bathrooms spick and span.
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