Put on gloves, respirators and splash goggles to protect yourself from chemicals and contaminants.
Clean toilets and urinals thoroughly with disinfecting toilet cleaners. Be sure to read instructions and be familiar with your cleaning products’ specific protocols. Products have different dwell times (the amount of time disinfectants must remain in contact with a surface to kill germs).
Disinfect all restroom surfaces thoroughly, paying particular attention to high-touch areas like countertops, stall doors and dispenser handles. Germs are likely to collect in these frequently used areas, as is unsightly dirt and grime.
Empty the restroom’s trash cans regardless of how full they are and replace the can liners. This helps prevent the spread of bacteria and improve the restroom’s image.
Refill all restroom dispensers, including:
Sweep the restroom’s floor from the back to the front so you collect and remove debris efficiently. To maximize effectiveness, choose the best broom type for your job’s demands.
Mop the restroom’s floor with a disinfecting hard surface cleaner. Swipe the mop in a figure-eight pattern to clean more effectively and safety.