When it comes to keeping your office and workplace clean and tidy, you might be really on the ball. Or you might be more laid back, adopting an as and when approach. But whichever approach you take, you should seriously consider hiring a professional cleaning team, like us here at Cleaning North West. Whether its once a day or once a week, or even once in a while, your office cleaning should be undertaken by a professional, reliable cleaning team. This is because we will avoid all of the common cleaning mistakes, to leave your office clean and sanitary. And trust us, there is a difference! In fact, most of the common office cleaning mistakes involve the office kitchen, and the office toilet area. So what are the most common office toilet cleaning mistakes? And what can you do to avoid them?
Office toilet cleaning mistakes
- Not cleaning the taps- for people that are not professional cleaners, using some bleach in the toilet and in the sinks might seem like all toilet cleaning should involve. But cleaning and sanitizing the taps is absolutely essential for the health and cleanliness of your office and staff. The taps in the office toilet areas are the perfect breeding ground for germs and bacteria as they are warm, moist and touched by everyone who enters the room. This also means that germs and bacteria can quickly spread from taps that are not fully clean.
- Not cleaning the cubicle doors- the cubicle doors for each toilet will also need to be thoroughly cleaned and sanitised. The handles of the door will be touched at least twice by every visitor to the toilet, and as germs can live on these surfaces, its important to clean them thoroughly on a regular basis, to keep your staff happy and healthy.
- Not cleaning light switches- if your office toilet area has a light switch, this also needs to be cleaned regularly, for the same reasons as the cubicle doors and the sink taps.
Why not hire a professional cleaning team? Here at Cleaning North West, we provide a range of high quality cleaning solutions for offices across Preston, so why not get in touch today?