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How Clean Restrooms Can Easily Impact Your Business

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How Clean Restrooms Can Easily Impact Your Business

You probably don’t give too much thought about your restrooms. You use them, you keep them relatively clean, and they’re obviously useful to you. However, what if your restrooms are giving the wrong impression about your business?

Clean Commercial Rest Room

Believe it or not, even things as small as how your restrooms look can make a big impact on people who visit your business. That’s why it’s so important to buy the right commercial cleaning products and regularly take care of your restrooms.

Use this guide to help you make sure your restrooms are giving the right impression of your company each time someone visits one.

  1. Tissue Dispensers
    Make sure there is plenty of toilet tissue in your bathroom. You want it to be accessible to customers. Otherwise, they may not be able to use your restroom in a sanitary manner.

  2. Toilet Brushes
    Use toilet brushes to regularly clean your toilets. These should be replaced on a regular basis and cleaned or disinfected as often as possible. Make sure your janitorial team has plenty of toilet brushes for cleaning your bathroom.

    Toilet brushes are one of the commercial cleaning products that every business needs to have, no matter how much traffic their restrooms get on a daily basis.

  3. Soap Dispensers
    Put soap dispensers in your bathroom and make sure that they’re constantly refilled with soap for people to wash their hands. This is important for you, your employees and anybody that uses your bathroom.

  4. Toilet Seat Covers
    Provide toilet seat covers in your bathrooms for employee use and for anybody who uses your restrooms. These aren’t optional – they should be in every public restroom in every single office.

  5. Floor Squeegees
    Buy floor squeegees to make sure your floors are clean each day. Everyone who goes into your restrooms will notice if you have unclean floors.

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  • Ken Behm