We have talked about cubicle and partition cleaning in the past. We took a look at how dirty your cubicles really are, the difference between cleaning a cubicle and a partition, and what amount of cubicle cleaning your employees should be responsible for. Now we’d like to discuss why now ” the winter season ” is the time to get those office cubicles and partitions cleaned.

Essential to a clean office environment, cubicle and partition cleaning should be at the top of an office’s cleaning routine. But, this is one area that tends to get overlooked. Cleaning cubicles and partitions is not something that really needs to be addressed monthly, but it shouldn’t be forgotten. Cleaning these areas can keep your partition and cubicle spaces and walls looking their best and in good shape overall. And, as mentioned above, winter may be the perfect time of year to tackle this office cleaning project. 

Why Winter is the Best Time to Clean Cubicles & Partitions

When the office area is running slower after the holiday season and at the beginning of the new year, you can schedule a good, thorough cleaning of your cubicle and partition spaces. Consider it an early spring cleaning–of an area of your business that likely rarely gets cleaned.

The added benefit of working on your cubicles and partitions in the winter is that once everything gets going again in full swing, this detail of your cleaning will be done and looking great.

How to Get a Thorough Cleaning of your Office Cubicles and Partitions

So, what’s involved in a thorough cubicle and partition cleaning? First, a good vacuuming of any fabric areas including nooks and crannies that get grubby throughout the year. If possible, a complete dusting of the shelves and inside cabinets is ideal. Once a year during your slower times, cleaning these features of your office can help keep your office looking its best inside and out. From here, any spots and stains should be addressed with upholstery or appropriate spot removing cleaner. Staying on top of dirts or stains can really elevate the office appearance and help everything look better longer.

Once the fabric areas are cleaned up, the hard surfaces should be wiped down and sanitized well. This includes any wall areas, edging and desks. Stains and scuff marks should also be handled in these areas with appropriate cleaners and scrubby brushes. These slower periods during the year can really free up some time to tackle these spaces that get lots of traffic and activity. On that note, it’s important to make sure the bottom sections of your partitions and cubicles are cleaned as well. Shoes and overlooked areas underneath can get grubby and shouldn’t be forgotten.

Winter Is The Time

Like we said earlier, now is a great time to tackle this project. Partitions, cubicles and desks can be moved with greater ease when offices are running a little quieter. Vacuuming or hardwood floor cleaning under these areas can also take place more easily during these periods. Don’t put it off until next year after another 12 months of dirt, smudges and stains accumulate. Make a point to sneak it in now while life is going a little slower and your office has the time.

Maintaining a clean office not only helps ensure a productive environment, but provides a professional office experience for your clientele. A great way to help keep your office and retail space looking its best is to hire a professional cleaning crew. The cleaning staff should be educated on any special sanitizing needs, procedures, and requirements that are involved with having a presence in an office environment. We at Clean Method provide this type of professional cleaning service.

Click here to learn more about our cleaning services for your Office Cubicles and Partitions. Our professional cleaning staff is bonded, insured and maintains OSHA compliance. We would be happy to clean for your office or retail space. Please contact us online or call us at 571.451.0441 for answers to your questions and schedule your janitorial cleaning appointment today!

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