Office Cleaning Checklist of Task's
If you're a business owner or manager, keeping your office clean and organized is essential for creating a safe, productive workspace. Regular office cleaning not only helps make your office look its best but also prevents the spread of germs and reduces allergens in the air.
To ensure that all areas of your office are properly cleaned and maintained, it’s important to have a thorough office cleaning checklist.Dust Surfaces: Dust all furniture, shelves, windowsills, blinds, baseboards and other surfaces with a damp cloth or microfiber duster to remove dirt and debris. Pay special attention to hard to reach places like corners and ceiling fixtures.
Vacuum both wall-to-wall carpeting as well as area rugs on a regular basis. Be sure to move furniture out of the way so that all areas can be thoroughly vacuumed.Sweep Hard Floors: Sweep hard floors such as tile or wood with a broom or dust mop. Mop hard floors with an appropriate cleaner if desired then dry mop afterwards for extra shine.
Clean Windows & Mirrors:
Wipe down windowsills and frames with glass cleaner then use paper towels or lint-free cloths to clean the glass surfaces inside and out. Clean mirrors using glass cleaner then buff dry with a soft cloth for extra shine.
Use disinfectant wipes on frequently touched surfaces such as doorknobs, light switches, phones, keyboards and countertops in order to reduce the spread of germs in your workplace environment.
Empty Trash Cans:
Empty trash cans in all common areas such as hallways, bathrooms and break rooms at least once daily but preferably more often than that if needed depending on usage levels throughout the day/week/month etc…
Keep supplies stocked such as toilet paper in bathrooms; paper towels in kitchen; soap dispensers; hand sanitizer containers etc.. Make sure these items are always topped up so that employees can easily access them when needed throughout their workday!