Bathrooms and toilets are facilities that are present in any kind of business, in fact it is a legal requirement for your premises to have accessible and separate toilets for both male and female employees. Unfortunately, within organisations that don’t hire a cleaning service, their cleaning jobs are taken on by staff through rotas, this also includes the duty of cleaning the toilets and bathrooms.
Due to the nature and purpose of bathrooms, they can be quite difficult to clean thoroughly, if someone isn’t skilled or practised at using the correct chemicals and techniques. Bathrooms and toilets have the highest frequencies of bacteria, germs and waste products that are present in a particular room of a building, this means that in order to keep the levels of germs and bacteria down to a normal level, they have to be cleaned thoroughly and regularly, more so than the other rooms of the premises. Not only do your employees use the bathroom facilities, but also visitors, external share-holders, clients, etc… in order to create a lasting, clean impression it’s best to have these areas sparkling clean to eliminate any doubt in their mind that your company operates with the same cleanliness in all areas and that you also care about your premises and maintaining the level of operation that goes on within it.