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Working in an office? Here's 5 tips to keep your office clean

Never has it been more important to have a safe, healthy workforce than now. As the seasons change and allergies flair up, the fear of catching COVID-19 remains top of most people's mind. These five tips will help keep you and all your co-workers healthy and your space clean.






Reminders are always helpful. Consider updating or posting signage when there hasn’t been any before. Include notices about proper and frequent handwashing, covering coughs, and other sanitary precautions your office is taking.


Post Reminders


Reminders are always helpful. Consider updating or posting signage when there hasn’t been any before. Include notices about proper and frequent handwashing, covering coughs, and other sanitary precautions your office is taking.


Make a Schedule


Most cleaning is done on a schedule, but now may be the time to increase cleaning frequency and better communicate about how and when cleaning is happening and by whom. Consider placing sanitation stations or disinfecting wipes in specific areas known for high touch or where office staff may want additional protection, such as in the kitchen or breakroom, copy machine, or entrances.


Give Good Directions


Clearly marked instructions are helpful too. Note what cleaning products should or should not be used on specific items. Don’t assume anyone knows how to use cleaners, especially if they are commercial products as opposed to household products. For example, often commercial products require PPE and/or dilution, unlike those at home.


Plan a Deep Clean with a Professional Team


If employees are once again returning to work in the office, it may be a good idea to plan a deep clean of the space, or schedule one prior to the holiday season. A deep clean by professionals with training in the best practices of the industry will support your efforts for a safe, healthy workforce.


Some companies try to cut corners by using office personnel to perform janitorial tasks. Use the right people, trained correctly, with the best products for a true, sanitary, deep clean.


Remember soft surfaces


It’s easy to remember to clean hard surfaces like counters, handles, and restrooms, but it’s important to remember the soft surfaces as well, such as carpets, window coverings, and upholstery.


Your professional cleaning company will have a checklist of the tasks they do on a standard basis, and which are included in a deep clean or specialty cleaning. Review this and then request the additional tasks desired for your deep cleaning.


We here at Candice Cleaners hope these tips will help you out . Cleaning at the office is just as important as cleaning at home. But sometimes life can get overwhelming and the last thing you want to do when you get home is clean, that's where we come in ! Call or book online with us now!



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