When you run a busy office full of people it can dirty in a hurry. To keep your office clean, neat, and organized you can use schedules, checklists, and work order software. When you’re clean schedules are organized your office is sure to stay clean and orderly. If your office is large enough to warrant it you should hire professional cleaning services to come as often as you can afford, but at least once a week.
However, if you’re office is small enough that you can clean it yourself you should keep cleaning supplies on hand and easily accessible. Here are some cleaning supplies that your office can’t be without:
Trash cans: You should have one per desk and at least two large trashcans in your offices break room or kitchen.
Trash bags: Make sure you always have enough bags for each of your trashcans. If possible, buy these in bulk to save money.
Paper towels: You should keep these in your offices break room or kitchen to clean up and messes or spills. You should also have enough of these to clean your office bathrooms.
Surface cleaners: Desks, counter tops, and lunch tables get dirty quite quickly; you should have surface cleaners that can clean both bathroom surfaces and desktop surfaces.
Toilet paper: You need to have at least two rolls of toilet paper, per bathroom stall, every day. This is yet another product that you should buy in bulk.
Hand soap: You need to have at least one bottle of hand soap per sink in your office. When purchasing your soap always look for antibacterial soap as it well help to keep germs and other bugs from spreading around your office.
Carpet cleaners: Everyone wears shoes in an office and they track dirt in and out of the office on a daily basis. To keep your carpets looking clean you should invest in a great carpet cleaner with a spot treatment attachment in case someone spills and it stains your floors. If you don’t want to purchase a large carpet cleaner, you can have a carpet cleaning services come to your office every three or four months to deep clean your rugs. However it’s great to have a small spot treatment cleaner in your closet for those little stains and spills in between cleanings.
Vacuum: Dirt and dust will cake onto your floors so having a good vacuum on hand will be really helpful. If you don’t want to clean and vacuum your office yourself you can hire a cleaning service that will help you too keep your office looking perfect.