COVID seems nowhere ready to go away. For months now, many commercial buildings have been closed to the public and frequently to people who work there. Many people are working from home. There is, however, limited usage of many commercial spaces, and so it continues to be important to keep restrooms clean. The job of thoroughly cleaning restrooms should be done daily with a sanitizing check-up on an hourly basis. Ideally, public restrooms should be cleaned by a professional cleaning service, one that has been in business for several years and has a good reputation.
If you live in Ocala, Florida, or surrounding areas such as Orlando, The Villages, or Gainsville, one outstanding professional commercial service with over 20 years of successful experience is Cassie’s Meticulous Touch. By calling (352) 216-0513, you can speak with a Cassie representative who can answer your questions regarding how Cassis’s team has responded to the COVID precautions both in work done and how the employees take all necessary and recommended precautions while working.
Sometimes, however, it is necessary for untrained persons to do the cleaning of public restrooms in a commercial building. Here is a list of things to be done to provide safety from the COVID germs:
Having soap that scrubs away the COVID virus from hands is essential. Paper towels are best for drying as hot air blowers can circulate air-borne viruses.
Start the cleaning by wiping down walls, stall doors, waste product containers, and all surfaces with a strong disinfectant. While using environmentally safe cleaners is usually a good idea, it is best to check on using industrial-strength cleaners to thoroughly eliminate the COVID virus in a public bathroom. Let the surfaces you have wiped down air dry.
Be sure to look for hidden spaces such as behind toilets, under-sink areas, behind waste containers, and around faucets and soap and towel dispensers to spray with disinfectant and wipe clean.
Do a thorough job of cleaning toilets and urinals.
Mop floors using a strong disinfectant
Lastly, spray the entire bathroom with an effective disinfectant spray and wipe door handles on your way out.
A quick wipedown of surfaces, emptying trash, and spraying disinfectant hourly will greatly help keep the COVID virus at bay.
Unfortunately, there is no way to guarantee 100% cleaning for eliminating the COVID virus, especially in public bathrooms in commercial buildings. By following the above suggestions, however, you can provide the public with clean and disinfected bathrooms. If persons wear a mask, practice social distancing, and wash their hands correctly, they should be able to use a properly cleaned public restroom safely.