Simply stated, contagions are viruses and germs that can be spread to others, either directly or indirectly, that cause illness. Keeping contagions at bay is one of the benefits of thorough and regular cleanings in your office or workplace.

Keeping customers and staff safe and well not only keeps life moving smoothly, but it also keeps business progressing without illness or time off. Taking the time to clean and disinfect your work and office space can actually save you time in the long run.

Cleaning to Prevent the Spread of Contagions

Cleaning on a regular basis is one of the best ways to avoid the spread of germs and disease in your office space. Using disinfectants, sanitizers, and following the directions of the product bottles will properly eliminate contagions, germs, and dirt. We should note that while dirt can be removed and cleaned with mild cleansers and soaps, more difficult bacteria and viruses will need something more serious to eliminate them. These tougher products, like bleach or special electrostatic and fogging cleaning solutions, will kill the microbes completely.

Cleaning Solutions for Your Office

When you are cleaning your office or workspace so it has a nice appearance, you might be overlooking the germs and contagions you can’t see. This is why it is important to first clean all of your surfaces so they look nice, and then come back through and apply a virus and bacterial killing solution. At the same time, you can buy products that combine the solutions so you might only need to wipe or clean the area once. However, don’t hesitate to clean for appearance and come back through to clean for safety if need be.

Cleaning Regularly

Preventing the spread of contagions in your office and doing the job right will require not only the proper cleaning techniques as we mentioned above but also cleaning on a regular and consistent schedule. If the world is in a period of a pandemic or during flu seasons, cleaning on a regular basis might mean many times throughout the day, hour, or even in between customer visits.

At the same time, maintaining a safe, clean, and disinfected environment could mean once a week. Whichever approach is necessary to avoid the spread of contagions is going to depend on the amount of traffic through your work and office space, and on the arrangement you have for people coming and going.

Cleaning Your Office

The main places that should be cleaned in your office will continue to stay the same – like your office lobby, restrooms, and kitchen breakrooms. These areas can harbor contagions and germs not noticeable to the human eye, so it’s important to focus more attention on spots in these spaces that you might not normally address each cleaning rotation.

For example, door handles and the areas around the door handles on the door itself, light switches on walls and on lamps, phones, computer keyboards and mice, desktops, and drawer pulls are perfect examples of areas that might look clean, but are touched repeatedly throughout the day and can harbor contagions that spread disease. It’s important that these areas are addressed regularly and with the proper cleaning and disinfecting solutions to avoid transmitting germs in the office.

Following these steps can greatly cut down on the contagions and bacteria hiding in your office or work environment. Take the time to clean your space right and keep your work surroundings safe and sanitized.

Your Consistent Disinfecting Cleaning Team

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We also have a helpful checklist you can look over when you are ready to start interviewing your new cleaning crew. Our professional cleaning staff is bonded, insured, and maintains OSHA compliance. We would be happy to clean it for you. Please contact us online or call us at 571.451.0441 for answers to your questions and to schedule your cleaning appointment today!

 

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