- Cleaning Procedures
Daily Restroom CleaningDownload Procedure
Periodic Restroom CleaningDownload Procedure
Daily Office CleaningDownload Procedure
Dust Mop – Floor CleaningDownload Procedure
Damp Mop Floor Cleaning – Mr. Clean and P&G Pro Line Finished Floor CleanerDownload Procedure
Disinfecting Damp Mop Floor Cleaning – P&G Pro Line Disinfecting Floor CleanerDownload Procedure
Damp Mop – Non-Finished FloorsDownload Procedure
Deck Brush – Quarry Tile FloorsDownload Procedure
Febreze & Swiffer ProceduresDownload Procedure
Hotel Guest Bathroom CleaningDownload Procedure
Hotel Guest Bedroom CleaningDownload Procedure
Hotel Lobby CleaningDownload Procedure
Hotel Public Restroom CleaningDownload Procedure
1.Countertops & Backsplash
Disinfect and protect your restroom countertops while keeping them clean and clear of everyday soils.
2.Glass & Mirrors
Sparkling clean glass and mirrors are a reflection of your attention to great customer experiences. Keep these highly visible areas spot-free with glass cleaners from P&G Professional.
3.Sinks & Faucets
Wet surfaces have special cleaning needs. Keep your sinks and faucets disinfected for a fresh, clean bathroom.
The foundation of a great customer experience, sparkling floors tell customers you care about clean. Spic & Span Floor Cleaner makes it simple to keep your floors looking great.
7.Door Stalls & Dispensers
A lot of hands come in contact with stall doors and dispensers. To keep these high-contact surfaces grime-free, be sure to use a product that can get deep into grooves to lift away built-up dirt.
8.Toilets & Urinals
Unsanitary toilets and urinals can scare customers away for good. Make sure your cleaning regimen includes a powerful disinfecting bathroom cleaner to get the job done right.
Bathrooms are often reported as one of the most difficult and most important areas to clean. Because restrooms can potentially harbor bacteria, it is critical that they be cleaned frequently to maintain a clean and odor-free environment. The key to any effective restroom disinfection process is to first remove the soils that provide a breeding ground for germs.
- Chemical dispensing system
- Odor control products
- Restroom cart
- Wet-floor sign
- Microfiber mop/cloths
- Blood-borne pathogen kits
- Bucket and wringer
Daily/Restroom Cleaning Procedures
The more times someone touches a contaminated surface and then touches areas on their face (eyes, nose or mouth), the greater the chance for transmission of human microbial pathogens. –CDC
Workers do what you inspect, not what you expect!
High performance tools increase worker productivity.
Always place a trash receptacle by the exit door. Patrons will grab the door handle with a towel.