Common Office Spring Cleaning Chores

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Common Office Spring Cleaning Chores

Tips on how to spring clean office
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Doing office spring cleaning once a year is a great way to make sure that the office building stays in good condition. Deep-cleaning once or twice a year can go a long way, especially for things that don't get dirty often but seem to gather dirt slowly throughout the year. Chores that are usually done only once or a few times per year include cleaning ceiling fans, blinds, and baseboards, and dusting the tops of cabinets and tall furniture.

What You'll Need:

Sponge or a Rag
Window Cleaner
Bounty Paper Towels
All-Purpose Cleaner
Cleaning Gloves (Optional)
Bathroom Cleaner


Begin in the kitchen, dusting off the tops of the kitchen or break room cabinets and removing or organizing any items that may be on top of the cabinets.

Use an all-purpose cleaner and a Bounty paper towel to clean the fronts and shelves of the cabinets. Make sure they are dry before replacing dishes. Be sure to throw away any expired food.

Empty the fridge and clean out the drawers and shelves with Bounty paper towels and an all-purpose cleaner. Don't forget to toss old food or containers that are unclaimed after alerting employees about the office spring cleaning.

Next, go to the bathrooms. Use Bounty paper towels and bathroom or all-purpose cleaner to clean the sides and tops of the stall walls and doors, along with the baseboards. Be sure to clean the mirrors with window cleaner as well.

In the common areas and supply rooms, use the duster to dust off tall furniture, ceiling fans, and decor items. For stains or heavy dirt on hard surfaces, use a Bounty paper towel and the all-purpose cleaner.

Make sure all cleaning supplies and items that have been uprooted during the office spring cleaning are returned to their proper places.