Restroom Cleaning

Daily Restroom Care

  • Flush toilets and urinals, check for stoppage
  • Remove trash, empty sanitary napkin receptacles and replace paper bags
  • Replenish supplies (soap, paper towels, toilet paper, and toilet seat covers)
  • Dust (with a damp cloth or sponge) tops of mirror frames, top edge of tiles, top of toilet stall partitions, all containers, lights, vents, and shelves
  • Spot clean doors, walls, partitions, and waste receptacles
  • Clean and disinfect sink basins, clean and polish chrome, clean mirrors
  • Clean toilets and urinals including underneath, sides, edges and urinal throats with a disinfectant solution. Use bowl cleaner only on the inside of toilet and urinals
  • Clean and disinfect tile around and behind sinks, toilets, and urinals
  • Check lights and change burned out lights as needed
  • Wet mop floor, remove all scuff marks, and clean in corners
  • At least three (3) times a week, pour at least one (1) gallon of clean water, not mop water, down the floor drain to prevent sewer gas odor
Annual Cleaning in Restrooms (majority of work done during  summer months)
  • Generally, most hard surface floors are stripped and waxed
  • Carpets are shampooed using Hot Water Extraction (HWE) Method

Frequency of Custodial Cleaning