Bathroom and Toilet Cleaning


There is really no magical solution to keeping a bathroom clean. Everyone wants a clean bathroom, and to keep a clean bathroom clean, one needs bleach, grout cleaners, toilet bowl cleaners and more to keep the bathroom pristine. The best tip out there is to clean the mess you make in the bathroom after you use it, trying not to miss any spots or leave the spots there due to laziness.

When cleaning a bathroom, it’s important to clean the toilet and all other parts of the bathroom thoroughly. Make sure to get to all those hard to reach places, or else the mold and mildew will just build up and eventually become a headache to scrub off later. To get the bathroom germ free, or as germ free as possible, you must scrub every inch of the toilet, sink, bath and also the walls. Leaving parts of the bathroom untouched will hurt you in the long run.

In addition to cleaning every inch of the bathroom, the order of what you clean can also be very important. Make sure that you put the toilet at the end of the list. This is because the toilet is the dirtiest part of the bathroom. Another good piece of advice is to pay close attention to the dirt and grime that builds up in the hard to reach places in the sinks and showers, especially in the drains. Make sure to pull out the clumps of hair and soap scum that build up in the shower/bath tub drain.

Before you even get started, make sure you have the right tools for the job. You’re going to need a sturdy scrub, a scraping tool, reliable household cleaners, a grout cleaner, and some latex gloves. Loosen all of the grime, residue, dirt and soap scum first, and then apply the cleaning solutions. When you’re done, spray down the area with a reliable disinfectant.

Getting Your Office Carpets Cleaned


A healthy mind and body is essential in keeping your employees happy and working efficiently. The carpet in your office receives tons of punishment from all the employees, collecting dust, debris and allergy-inducing dirt. A clean office is a happy office, plain and simple.

The carpet in your office is one big guard that absorbs all the muck of you and your employees’ shoes, acting similar to a giant filter. Vacuuming the carpet once a week just won’t cut it because the carpet will absorb the filth enough that a normal vacuum will fail to pick up all the dirt. The dirt will get trapped in the carpet, making the working environment filthy. The carpet can only hold so much dirt until it hits its limit, and sooner than later the dirt will be picked up by the air for the employees to breathe.

Having the carpet in your office vacuumed every week is standard, but it’s not all you should do. A professional carpet steam cleaning is required to make sure your working environment is in healthy, top form. For floor carpets, professional steam-cleaning should be done every few months or so, in order to extend the life of the carpets. Office carpets experience more wear and tear because a working environment is much busier than a house, so the carpet needs to be professionally cleaned more often.

An attractive, safe-working environment, and happy employees, is one of the keys to keeping a great business team going. Professional carpet steam cleaning can help restore office carpet and keep the environment clean for the employees. Keep the carpets in your office clean, just like the carpets in your home, because the place you work at is your second home, and you’ll spend about an equal amount of time in each space.