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A List of the Top Ten Fantastic Methods for Cleaning Any Business Office


Are you sick of walking into your office and finding it cluttered and messy every time? To make matters even worst, dust, dirt, and stains can make it look even worse. Employees won't do a good job if the place isn't clean. Having a nice-looking environment is good for productivity and is needed to keep a positive, non-toxic environment. Here are ten tips for cleaning your office that you can use every day to make it look great.

1. Make a to-do list

One of the best ways to clean an office is to make a list of things to do. It's not hard to clean a lot once in a while and leave it that way for a few days or weeks. It's not easy to keep up a daily cleaning routine, though. Regularity and consistency in a cleaning routine that isn't that big are much better than a once-a-year deep cleaning.

To get to that point, you need a list of things to do. Once you have a plan for cleaning your office, put it in the same order on a list that is easy to read. If you only use your memory, you might get the steps in the wrong order or forget one of them.


2. Remind employees to clean their desks from time to time.


Even though the office needs to be cleaned thoroughly every couple of days, there are some things you can do as the boss to keep things from getting too messy in the meantime. One way to do this is to remind people every so often to clean their desks.

The desks are the places where things are most likely to get messy. If a few papers fall out of their files and land on the tabletop, or if a few pencils are left out of their holders, the desk starts to look like a mess. Just a couple of these desks can make the whole room look bad.


3. Have bins beside every desk

Even though there's a good chance that your office already does this, we're bringing it up here for the sake of the offices that don't.


If there are trash cans next to every desk, workers won't try to hide their trash in drawers and cabinets. When they have something to throw away, they will do it right away because the


4. trash can is right there.


But if there is only one trash can for the whole office and it is on one side of the room, employees will be less likely to throw away things that need to be thrown away. Since that would require them to walk over to the trash can, some employees may try to throw things in from where they are sitting. That would lead to a pile of crumpled papers, used pens, and other random trash around the trash can.


5. Use bin liners


Using bin liners can help you out a lot when you are cleaning. If the trash cans don't have liners, the trash will stick to the inside and have to be taken out by hand. Doing this for every trash can will take a lot of time, which you could spend doing something else.


6. Don't forget the kitchen.



Pay special attention to the kitchen when doing a thorough clean-up (this applies if your office does have one). Clean out the fridge, the drawers, and the cabinets of any leftover food. This can make the office smell bad and attract pests.


Pay special attention to the windows in the kitchen. If the dirt is hard to get off, you can hire J and C Building Cleaning to clean your windows for you.


7. Lay some doormats


One of the main ways grime and dirt get on the office floor is when employees walk in from the street with it on their shoes. If your office floor is white or any other light color, this kind of scum and dirt will be easy to see.

You can solve this problem by putting metal-fibered doormats at every entrance to the office building. You should pay extra attention to cleaning the floor because a dirty floor will ruin the look of the whole room, even if everything else is clean and well-kept.


If your office has any kind of carpeting, this step is even more important. The best way to clean floors is to scrub them well, but carpets are harder to clean. Professional carpet cleaning services are sometimes the only way to clean a dirty carpet.


8. Set aside some space for cleaning tools.

You should set aside some space in your office for cleaning tools like brooms, mops, cleaning cloths, dusters, etc. This should ideally be a small room, but if that's not possible, it

can also be a closet.


If you buy supplies and put them in a corner or a room that is already being used for something else, you will lose track of them quickly.


9. Look at the bathrooms.


The bathrooms should also be given special attention, just like the kitchens. If the smell isn't fixed, it can cause a lot of trouble in the office. Fresheners for the air should always be on hand in the bathroom.


The floor in the bathroom should also be clean and dry. If the bathroom floor is left wet, dirty shoeprints can be left all over your office, making it look bad.


10. At the end of the day, empty the trash cans.


This step can also help keep your office clean and free of smells. The bins shouldn't be left sitting around until they're full. At the end of the day, the workers should be told to empty the bins into the trash can. This will be easier to do if all of the trash cans are lined.


Get help from experts.


It's a good idea to follow the office cleaning tips given, but it's always better to hire a professional office cleaner. Every office should have a certain day set aside for deep cleaning. The employees should do this as much as possible.


Isn’t it time you discovered what many other businesses in town have already learned? Affordable, dependable, and highly responsive cleaning services are available just a stone’s throw away.


So, let’s connect for coffee (my treat) to discuss how we can increase the quality of your cleaning.

Michael Price

Sole Proprietor

Phone 613-851-3393

Web www.jandc.ca Email contact@jandc.ca



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