Keeping The Business Clean

Posted by Brad Duchaine | Opinion | Wednesday 9 December 2015 3:59 am
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If you own a business, then you know that it needs to stay cleaned on a regular basis so that employees and workers are comfortable. The business should also be comfortable and clean for customers who enter the business. Industrial cleaning supplies can be used by either you or a company to make sure all areas of the business remain clean through the day. If you are using a company, then consider placing the supplies in an area where they can easily be found and creating a schedule for someone to come when there are few people in the building.

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Brooms and mops are essential in making sure floors are clean. You can get a small broom for the lobby and bathroom areas and a larger sweeper for areas that are in a warehouse or a room that has an open space. A vacuum is best used on carpet. Make sure you have some kind of dust pan to gather the dirt before mopping. It’s best to use a cleaner that has a disinfectant instead of something that will simply wash the floor.

Some of the cleaning chemicals that you might need are for windows, tables and upholstery. You want to use the right chemical for the surface as some could damage certain surfaces if not used properly. An example might be strong bleach on a coffee table as the cleaner could remove some of the stain from the wood. Large businesses might benefit from a floor scrubber that is electronically operated. This machine can cover a bigger area in a short amount of time.

Keep bathrooms smell as fresh as possible with odor control mechanisms that include drops for the toilet and air fresheners that can be placed on counters or on the wall. These will give a fresh smell to the room that is pleasing for workers and customers. You will need paper products that include towels and toilet paper that are placed in the bathroom on a regular basis. Trash can liners can be placed in cans after they are dumped out. Once you know of the regular supplies that are needed, then you can make a note of what to keep in stock and what you need to order on a monthly or bi-monthly basis.


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