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Values will change depending on the service.

  • 5 hours
  • 600 US dollars
  • Customer's Place

Service Description

Commercial Cleaning List: Bathroom or Restrooms Restrooms and bathrooms may not often be seen by your clients. Nevertheless, they must be kept sanitary and clean at all times. If not regularly maintained, a bathroom will not only turn unsightly; but it can also pose health hazards to your customers and employees. Make sure you sanitize it regularly. Simply follow this cleaning list: Empty the trash bins daily. Disinfect and replace the liner. Sanitize the doors, door handles, and light switches. Disinfect the sinks, toilet seats, hand-dryers, and paper towel dispensers. Wipe the mirror with a glass cleaner. Thoroughly brush the toilet bowl with a cleaning solution. Always refill soap dispensers, toilet paper, and paper towel. Sweep, mop, and disinfect the bathroom floors and walls. Commercial Cleaning Checklist: Kitchen and Break Room If your office has a working kitchen or break room, make sure you regularly clean this area as well. This space is a common area for all employees; thus, keep it clutter and germ-free as much as possible. Here's how: Ask the employees to label the things they food inside the refrigerator. Dispose any unclaimed items. When wiping and disinfecting the refrigerator, make sure to remove the items first. Remove clutter from the countertop and keep it presentable. Sanitize the cabinets, tables, sinks, and countertops. Clean the faucet and sink using a disinfectant. Regularly clean the coffee maker. Clean out the garbage cans and other receptacles. Sanitize them after. Mop, sweep, or vacuum the floors as necessary. Commercial Cleaning Checklist: Floors With lots of people coming in and out of the office, floors can easily become dirty. Hence, it needs frequent cleaning. Here are some tips when cleaning floors: Sweep and mop tile, resilient, and hard flooring. Vacuum carpets and mats. Use a detailed vacuum in hard-to-reach areas. Commercial Cleaning Schedule: Windows Windows are often overlooked. However, clean windows can give a great impression on your clients. Office windows can easily be covered with dust or smudged with fingerprints. Make sure you wash, clean, and wipe down the following: interior windows Exterior entrance windows office glass Commercial Cleaning Schedule: Cubicles and Office Areas These are the busiest areas in the office. Expect them to get cluttered and dirty easily. Keep these areas germ-free and sanitized by doing the following: Dust the hard surfaces like cabinets, shelves, chairs, tables, desks, f

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