Washrooms are often an afterthought when the cleaning is being considered for premises used by staff or members of the public, but did you know clean, hygienic washrooms can have a positive impact on employees in the workplace and repeat business.
Washrooms are not always the most hygienic of places, they are as a norm, wet and humid which makes them ideal spaces for bacteria to breed and spread and that is why daily dry and wet cleaning is recommended plus monthly deep cleaning.
92% of Brits have encountered unpleasant smells in public washrooms leading to 78% being reluctant to return to the establishment and they are the key element of the work experience as every employee will need to use them.
Here are our top tips to keeping your washrooms hygienically clean: –
- Use alcohol based or all-purpose cleaner for toilet seats, door frames and walls.
- Use acidic deep cleaner for tiles and fixtures and fittings. rinsing afterwards and wiped with a rubber tile squeegee.
- Hydrogen peroxide can be applied to eliminate black mould found in crevices.
- Ensure you know the correct cleaning methods for the type of floor surface that you have.
Washroom cleaning is part of the daily schedule that USS carries out for our clients which range from small offices to retail outlets, large hotels and educational establishments and monthly deep cleaning is also undertaken too to ensure our client’s washrooms are clean and hygienic spaces to be used.