Commercial Bathroom Cleaning Guide

A Cleaning Guide for Commercial Bathrooms 

Proper cleaning of your commercial bathroom is vital for the health and happiness of everyone who uses your facility. Cleaning commercial bathrooms should be done frequently and thoroughly. This guide will help you properly clean every part of your commercial bathroom.


Stainless Steel Cleaning

  1. Cleaning Product

Cleaning commercial bathrooms will often require cleaning stainless steel. Your stainless-steel cleaning product should not have bleach or hydrochloric acids. Using these ingredients can cause your surface to stain or rust. Bathroom cleaning should always be done with the proper cleaning products. In this case, you should use products marketed specifically for stainless steel. 


  1. Cleaning Material

Stainless steel does not react well to products that contain iron, such as steel wool or other abrasive materials. Nonabrasive materials such as wipes, microfiber towels, or sponges should be used when cleaning stainless-steel surfaces. 


  1. Cleaning Application

While the condition of your stainless steel may affect how you clean it, generally, the cleaner should be applied with your chosen material and rubbed in the direction of the grain. 


Mirror Cleaning 

  1. Cleaning Product

Ammonia, vinegar, acid, and oily products all will negatively affect the state of your mirror, by causing scratch marks or leaving residue. Warm water is generally all that is needed, but for tough spots, mirror cleaner may be used. 


  1. Cleaning Material

Soft, microfiber cloths are the best option for cleaning mirrors. Rough or abrasive cleaning products are not ideal, as they can cause scratches and damages. In addition, cloths may leave lint or residue on the mirror surface. 


  1. Cleaning Application

Cleaning mirrors is straightforward, and generally doesn’t require many steps. Simply wet the mirror or spray the cleaner on the surface and use the appropriate cloth to clean. For best results, wipe in the same direction each time. This will result in a sparking mirror, with the minimum of streaks or possibility of


Wall Cleaning 

  1. Cleaning Products

Depending on the material of your walls, different cleaning products or methods will be required. If you have porous walls, for example, you may need to apply more cleaner in order to get all areas clean. In general, looking for a cleaner that is specific to your wall type is your best option. However, all-purpose cleaner or vinegar solutions will often do the trick for getting rid of pesky stains and dirty areas. 


  1. Cleaning Material

Sponges and microfiber cloths, while great for bathroom cleaning in general, are ideal for cleaning your walls. Sponges can help get out tougher spots and dirt, while microfiber cloths are great for disinfecting or cleaning the entire area. Using abrasive materials such as steel wool is sometimes necessary but should be used with caution. Instead of a clean wall, you may find that you have done unintentional damage, so proceed with care when using more abrasive materials.


  1. Cleaning Application

In general, cleaning doesn’t require any specific application, unless you have already damaged or easily damaged walls. In those cases, it’s worth it to proceed with extra care, though generally most methods included in this guide will be sufficient. Simply apply the cleaner and scrub using your material. 


Work with Choice Builder Solutions Today

Cleaning commercial bathrooms shouldn’t be stressful. This guide will help you ensure that your bathroom is properly cleaned and sanitary. For safe, sanitary products that will make cleaning your bathroom easier, check out Choice Builder Solutions!

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Evan Jr. Wilson

Evan Jr. Wilson

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