Bathroom cleaning is important, for residential and commercial bathrooms. In order to improve cleanliness in the bathroom, toilet or washrooms, you need to create a structure of cleaning to get a professional Excel table that keeps track on the bathroom cleaning activities on a daily basis. This XLS template will help you to ensure regular and proper cleaning in an ordered fashion way. It can be used for writing down notes, details regarding the time schedule, which parts need to be cleaned and by who.
This easy to use Bathroom cleaning checklist will help you to manage your cleaning staff. This toilet cleaning checklist clearly shows what needs to be cleaned and when. It includes clear supervisor inspection moments to show a sense of authority. Cleaning personnel needs to sign off each row and state what item has been cleaned or has been stocked.
No matter what size the restroom is, if it’s a large or smaller surface, it shouldn’t take much time if you prepare the cleaning in advance with the right materials. Follow the following steps and you can have your bathroom looking clean and brand new in a short time:
1. For commercial bathrooms it’s important to block the entrance, or at least put up ‘wet floor signs’. Make sure to place the signage on top of the wet floor, inside the bathroom and at the entrance and make anyone aware that the floor is slippery.
2. Dust, sweep, and empty the trash cans: make sure to dust all the bathroom fixtures, countertops, exhausts, openings, etc. before you start with cleaning and general sweeping the floor surface. Then empty the dust bins and trash cans and put in a new trash bags.
3. Check all disposable items. Refill if necessary the paper towels, sanitary napkins, soap and toilet paper dispensers so users will have access to the hygiene and sanitation products.
4. Clean urinals and toilets: to make sure you get the best results, pre-treat the toilet bowls and inside the urinals first (with hot water for example) and allow the cleaner to leave it for one to two minutes. Then, make sure to clean all the toilets and urinals thoroughly both inside and out.
5. Clean countertops, sinks, and mirrors: there should be no stains, fatty fingerprints, water spots, soap buildup, or other visuals when you are finished.
6. Clean walls and fixtures: wipe down the walls, doors, knobs, bathroom dividers, and other fixtures.
7. Mop the floors: with a wet mop, work your way from the back of the restroom toward the door. Allow the floor to dry completely before opening the restroom to guests to prevent any unwanted injury.
Now that you know all the steps to make a bathroom clean in a professional way. Use this bathroom cleaning checklist to implement the structure that all these necessary steps are done on a weekly basis and checked on a weekly basis to ensure that your public or private bath rooms are absolutely clean. By successful implementation, you can see that your facility will stay free of germs, mud, and bacteria. Follow through on this regular restroom cleaning schedule to help keep your bathrooms spotless and clean.
Toilet Paper Paper Towels Soap Hand Lotion MOP HOURLY Feminine Air Hygiene Freshener Wipe Sink Fittings Wipe Mirror Check / Wipe Toilets Pick Up Litter AS REQUIRED Empty Bins For Clean Floors Supervisor Inspection 9am 10am 11am Supervisor Inspection 12pm 1pm 2pm Supervisor Inspection 3pm 4pm 5pm Deep Cleaning Tick box only if an item has been restocked or completed Report any faulty or broken items to your supervisor as soon as possible
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