3 Spring Cleaning Tips to Better Clean Your Workplace in 2022
- On May 4, 2022
- Bacteria, cleaningproducts, COVID-19, disinfect, Environmental, Germs, Health Canada, Office, Roxton, Roxton Wipes, Work, Workplace
After a long Winter, Spring is here and it’s time to think about spring cleaning! Hopefully, warmer weather will give us a little more energy to get some cleaning done.
It’s also a great time to stock up on cleaning supplies and disinfectants for your house, office space or wherever you’re hoping to spruce up this time of year!
Roxton states that these 3 tips are essential for not only maintaining personal but also common cleanliness during the spring cleaning season.
Table of Contents
- Be sure to clean
- Be sure to disinfect
- Use the right products for spring cleaning
1. Be sure to clean
Sanitize your Hands Regularly using Hand Sanitizer
A sanitization center with a sanitizer of 80% of alcohol or more, would be appreciated for someone who doesn’t have access to a hand washing station but needs to clean their hands after touching something unsanitary.
Wipe your Devices Down
You’d be surprised at how much bacteria is on your device’s screen, hidden in your keyboards and in your phone case. To maintain the cleanliness of your devices, screen wipes are recommended because they effective disinfect your devices without destroying them.
On top of that, ensure your mice, speakers and any other additional electronic features are cleaned as well.
Wash your Hands Regularly
It is important that during the cleaning process you are washing your hands regularly to prevent the spread of germs. Grab some soap/cleanser and go through the entire alphabet, dry them in a clean towel and move on with your day.
2. Be sure to disinfect
Disinfect all Surfaces with Disinfecting Wipes
There are many day-to-day surfaces you touch without ever thinking about who else has touched them or where the other person’s hands have been. Therefore, it’s important to disinfect those areas to prevent the transfer of germs and bacteria.
Areas like the kitchen or bathroom are the most common places for bacteria storage and germs transfer. These surfaces and objects should be disinfected regularly, considering how commonly numerous individuals use them. Consider these lists of surfaces to disinfect in order to curb the spread.
Surfaces to disinfect in general:
- Washing Machine
- Clothes Dryer
- Door Handles
- Light Switches
Surfaces to disinfect in the bathroom:
- Cabinet Handles
Surfaces to disinfect in the kitchen:
- Coffee Maker
- Counter Tops
- Cabinet Handles
Using a disposable disinfectant wipe is more effective compared to a spray disinfectant and cloth because the solution is pre-saturated and allows for it to be applied evenly and sit on the surface for the correct amount of time.
3. Use the right products for spring cleaning
If the right cleaning products are not used, it can actually make the whole cleaning process more difficult to tackle and harder to preserve.
Roxton Industries provides a variety of premium products that can eliminate germs from any surfaces listed and many more, but just to list a few:
To wipe down any surfaces, we recommend our Roxton Disinfecting Wipes, that are super durable, thick, and alcohol-free.
To wash your hands with effective cleansing products, we recommend our Roxton Foaming Cleanser. It is formulated to provide a thick, pleasing, luxurious foam while using substantially less soap per hand wash then lotion alternatives.
To clean on the go by sanitizing your hands after touching something filthy, we recommend our Roxton Santizer that contains 80% alcohol in it to more effectively kill all the germs.
To clean larger areas like a gym, or complicated objects like furniture, we recommend using a Roxton Fogger to disinfect.
To view our other products or our product’s description, please visit our website!
In conclusion, there are many things to consider when one is spring cleaning. Ensuring that the environment is clean, disinfected and that the correct products are being used.
Roxton Industries encourages you to take some time out of your day to thoroughly clean and disinfect your workplace. Health Canada requires you to continuously maintain that cleanliness to keep yourself, staff workers and customers safe.