Restroom Cleaning

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image of restroomRestroom cleaning is a very important part of each building that you service. For small buildings, it’s pretty straight forward. For larger building, it can be more involved and will require a systematic approach.

Restrooms need to look clean and smell clean. They also need to be sanitized and well stocked with paper products and hand soap.

Suggested Scope of Service:

  • Check all high areas for cobwebs especially around light fixtures & heating vents
  • Spray mirror with glass cleaner and wipe dry with paper towels or squeegee
  • Spray sink and surrounding backsplash with a mild disinfectant and wipe dry
  • Polish chrome until its shiny & dry with no water spots
  • Use green scrub pad on sinks if needed to remove soap scum & buildup
  • Spray and wipe hand towel dispensers, refill as needed
  • Refill hand soap if needed
  • Spray & wipe all toilets/urinals with mild disinfectant then wipe dry
  • Scrub inside of toilets with toilet bowl cleaner & brush
  • Wash partition walls as needed
  • Empty trash & sanitary napkin receptacle
  • Refill toilet paper dispensers
  • Sweep & wash floor
  • Wipe entrance door & handle with mild disinfectant

 

Suggested Supplies & Equipment:

  • Glass cleaner
  • All purpose cleaner with disinfectant
  • Spray disinfectant
  • Toilet brush
  • Paper towels or disposable cloth wipes
  • Mop & broom for restrooms only
  • Scouring stick for stained porcelain
  • CLR for hard water stains

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For larger restrooms, a touchless restroom cleaning machine can be a big time saver. The cost for a touchless machine ranges from $1,400 – $3,000.

 

 

 

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