What are the procedures in RESTROOM SANITATION?
- Upon entering the restroom, we will make note of any and all apparent odors. An experienced cleaner can readily differentiate between old, built-up odors and recent ones. Aerosol and deodorizers can really disguise and mask a restroom in need of deep cleaning.
- Start by applying disinfectant/sanitizer to all touch points including toilets, urinals, sinks, faucets and handles to allow maximum dwell time.
- Inspect and dust vents, tops of partitions and other high areas with a vacuum.
- Pick up garbage, wipe clean walls and partitions with a disinfectant.
- Damp wipe/polish all metal fixtures and mirrors, making sure to leave the surface clean and free of any spots.
- Finish cleaning/disinfecting toilets, urinals, sinks and other touch-points both inside and out. We give special attention to rinsing and drying toilets.
- Using a properly mixed solution of either detergent/disinfectant/enzyme cleaner to mop the floors. On occasion, we will double wet mop the floors, allowing the solution to soak in for a period of time.