Quite often, the design of your commercial restrooms may be in need of a make-over to create an enhanced and cohesive look in your facility. Outdated restrooms can appear unclean and increase the amount of time your guests spend in your restroom. Updating your commercial restroom once in a while can help maintain your customers’ positive experiences in your facility. Performing a makeover to your commercial restroom will help enhance the image of your restroom and make it easier for your janitorial staff to keep the bathroom in your restaurant clean.
Keeping your commercial restroom looking and smelling its best is an important part of maintaining a positive perception of your facility among guests. If your guests notice a foul odor while they’re in your restroom, it’s possible that you and your janitorial team will have to clean your restroom more often to address complaints and negative reviews. Negative reviews about the state of your restroom can lead to reduced patronage and more frequent restroom maintenance. It’s essential to be able to identify, remove, and prevent odors in your restroom. Offensive smells in your commercial restroom can be caused by various sources like floor grout, drains, and toilets/urinals.
Your facility’s restroom can make or break the experience that your guests have in your business. Dirty restrooms not only make for a negative bathroom experience but can lead to an increased amount of complaints about the cleanliness of your facility. In fact, restrooms make up 5% of the space but account for 80% of complaints.
Commercial floor mats can stop up to 90% of dirt from being tracked onto your floors, saving you as much as $1,200 per pound of soil removed from your facility. With that knowledge, you can see why floor mats are an integral part of maintaining and protecting your commercial floors. However, you may not be sure whether you should rent or buy commercial floor mats.
Understanding the purpose of specific floor care products is key to achieving the best cleaning outcomes. When the wrong product is used to clean your floors, you may notice that the floor remains dull and dirty, or it may even cause damage. The right commercial cleaning supplies combined with the knowledge of when and how to use each will help your janitorial staff avoid damage to your floors that can result in having to scrub and recoat or strip and wax your floors.
As patients in your facility are discharged or transferred out of a room, the surfaces in the room will need to be cleaned and disinfected to remove any potentially infectious germs. During terminal cleaning, your staff will need to complete extra steps in order to prepare the room for the next patient. These extra steps will reduce the chance of germs and illnesses being spread between patients. While cleaning will include the same process taken to clean the room when it was occupied, low touch surfaces should be cleaned and disinfected as well.
You’re likely too familiar with how challenging it can be to clean an occupied patient room. However, routine cleaning and disinfecting is critical to reducing the spread of healthcare-associated infections (HAIs).
As the need for frequent disinfection grows, high volume disinfection is becoming increasingly popular. The most popular and effective high-volume disinfection method is electrostatic technology. Electrostatic sprayer technology applies an electric charge to a disinfectant chemical. The charge allows the disinfectant droplets to evenly and completely coat surfaces and objects.
Commercial disinfectants are important to killing illness-causing germs and bacteria on surfaces that the people in your building touch regularly. Having the right chemical disinfectant can help ensure that your facility is clean and safe. There are several types of chemical disinfectants that can be used by your janitorial staff to maintain the cleanliness of the surfaces in your building The type of chemical disinfectant your cleaning team uses in your facility depends on a few factors. These factors will help you decide which chemical disinfectant is most compatible with your businesses’ unique needs.
The surfaces in your commercial restroom are covered with illness-causing germs and bacteria. To keep your occupants safe against an outbreak, it’s imperative that your cleaning team frequently and thoroughly cleans and disinfects the restroom. With proper disinfection in your restroom, 100% of germs, bacteria, and viruses listed on your chosen disinfectant’s product label are killed.