How to deep clean your restroom?
Restrooms tend to be said to be the clearest space in the office however, it’s probably the most deplorable for someone to thoroughly clean. Regrettably, it’s the filthy work that somebody needs to get done. When its time for that common cleaning task, it may be beneficial to collect your own cleaning materials inside a trash can that you can take with you as you clean. You should have an additional trash can which retains simply the toilet cleaning materials.
Start by pouring a cup of baking soda into the bowl. Let sit for a few minutes; brush and flush. Still seeing spots? A damp pumice stone is abrasive enough to remove stains caused by mineral deposits and lime scale but gentle enough not to damage surfaces. In cases of extreme grime buildup, you might want to invest in a small, light-duty electric pressure washer. It lets you blast hard-to-reach areas, like the spots where the hinges meet the seat, from a safe distance. Start on the lowest setting—you’ll be amazed by what comes out.
Next up is the sink; pour white vinegar or baking soda down the drain and flush with hot water. For the faucet you can use disposable disinfecting wipes, which significantly reduce bacteria. When the handles are done, floss the faucet. The stringy stuff is perfect for tackling that narrow space where the base of the faucet and the taps meet the sink.
Spray tile, countertops, walls, and the ceiling with all-purpose cleaner and then wipe down all surfaces with a clean cloth. To reach high spots, use a clean, dry microfiber mop. Wipe the tile floor, too, but only after you’ve finished the rest of the dirty work.
If your busy schedule prohibits you from spending the time to deep clean your restrooms then give EcoCare a call. We are a Eco friendly commercial cleaning company located in Austin, TX and San Antonio, TX and we would be happy to get your restrooms sparkling clean.