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Get A Head Start On Your Workspace Spring Cleaning



With the unseasonably warmer weather for this time of year, it has me, along with a lot of you I'm sure, that spring may be closer than we think (regardless of what our friendly groundhog might say or see). So, barring any jinxing going on over here, it may be time to start thinking about spring cleaning at home, and in your workspace, which is either your home, or your home away from home. But hey, worst case we get a blizzard next week and you can put all the blame on me, but you're welcome for the head start in that case.


Nonetheless, a clean and organized workspace is essential for productivity and morale, and it is also a great way to boost the reputation of your business. Here are some tips on how to get your office ready for spring:

Get Organized


The first step in spring cleaning is to organize your workspace. This means getting rid of anything that is no longer needed, such as old documents, outdated equipment, and unnecessary office supplies. A clutter-free workspace will help you focus on your work and improve your productivity.

Clean the floors


The floors of your office are often overlooked, but they are the most used and abused part of the workspace. To get them ready for spring, you need to give them a thorough cleaning. This includes sweeping, mopping, and vacuuming to remove dirt, dust, and debris.

Wipe down surfaces


Your office furniture, equipment, and other surfaces can accumulate dust and grime over time. To get them clean, you need to wipe them down with a damp cloth or cleaning solution. This will not only make your workspace look better but will also help to prevent the spread of germs and bacteria.

Clean communal areas


If your office has a break room or kitchen, make sure to deep clean these areas as well. Wipe down all surfaces, clean out the refrigerator, and organize the cabinets. This will not only make the space more pleasant to use, but it will also promote a healthier environment.

Dust


Dust all surfaces including desks, shelves, and electronics. Use a microfiber cloth or a feather duster to remove all the accumulated dust.

Disinfect high-touch surfaces


The COVID-19 pandemic has highlighted the importance of disinfecting high-touch surfaces in the workplace. To protect your employees, you need to disinfect surfaces such as doorknobs, light switches, and keyboards regularly.


Schedule regular cleaning


Finally, consider scheduling regular cleaning services to keep your office space looking and feeling clean. A professional janitorial service can take care of deep cleaning tasks that may be difficult to do on your own, or you just don't have enough time given your actual day to day job responsibilities.

Spring cleaning your office is a great way to improve the appearance and functionality of your workspace. By following these tips, you can create a clean, organized, and productive environment for your employees.


Give BCS a call today if you need help with your spring cleaning! Happy cleaning!


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