Spray the cleaning product onto a cloth rather than directly onto the mirror
When washing mirrors, spray the cleaning product onto a cloth (microfibre is even better!) rather than directly onto the mirror. Because mirrors are made of porous material, it absorbs a lot of product, which will leave streaks.
Toothbrush getting old?
Toothbrush getting old? Don’t throw it out – put it to new use! Use it to scrub vegetables with a thick peel, clean jewellery, get gunk out between the keys on a keyboard, scrub the soles of shoes or even clean bicycle chains.
When washing walls always start at the bottom
It may seem counterintuitive, but when washing walls always start at the bottom and work your way up. If you start at the ceiling, the cleaner may end up running down the wall, leaving hard-to-remove streaks.
Using microfibre cloths to clean your facility?
Using microfibre cloths to clean your facility? Assign a specific colour cloth for each task/cleaning area (for example, only use red cloths to clean bathrooms). This will increase the efficiency of your cloths and lower the risk of cross-contamination.
Your boss will thank you!
Consider using a hand sanitizer whenever you enter or exit a building. Did you know that using a hand sanitizer at work can reduce absenteeism by 20%? Your boss will thank you!