Rest room cleaning laminated cleaning instructions

I am looking to purchase standard rest room cleaning instructions to be posted in the rest rooms.  I have seen these in the past in restrooms but can't remember where.  Any one having information would be appreciated.

  • You should make your own.

    Your procedure should be better than your competitor, are they?

    Make a rough copy, bring it to a printing company, they will make it for you.

    Print on color laser and plastified.

    No need for 500 copies

  • Hello Friend,

    I really liked your question and i would like to reply for this.

    Firstly clean restrooms reflect positively on your employees, customers, and visitors. To reach this goal you need to use the right chemicals in the right way. Look for restroom cleaning products that:

    • Easily remove soil from counters, floors, walls, and fixtures.
    • Eliminate bacteria, germs, and viruses.
    • Make the restroom appear and smell clean.
    • Are safe to both the user and building occupants.
    • Have minimal environmental impact.
    I belive this suggestion will help you.
  • These are great ideas that you have been given.  Here's a plan: Take the time to evaluate your cleaning needs, walk through the cleaning process to be sure that you cover all of your steps, write them down in the order that you want them done, and go over them with your staff to be sure that they are involved and get their input.  Then take the list to your printer/copy supplier and have them make it look the way you want - clear, concise, & professional.  Laminate the results and take the time to go over the form with all responsible personnel so they actually do the steps that you want them to.

    Good luck!

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  • I believe I have seen such materials offered by Butchers. Of course, they will want you to buy their product if they are going to help train your employees. There is a small amount of information on their website. Most of the larger janitorial manufacturers probably have such materials but you should call your local distributor first for their help.

  • Hello:

    Depending on the type of industry and who these restrooms are going to accomodate, I personally wouldn't post any cleaning instructions in the restrooms since it looks unprofessional. I have and provide the custodian, a task binder which breakdowns the required tasks. You can edit as necessary to your operation. Hope this helps and good luck! ;)

    Restrooms
                       
    Empty ALL wastebaskets and replace liners.                    
    Replenish hand soap, paper towels, toilet paper & liners.                    
    Empty ALL feminine hygiene and replace liner(s).                    
    Dust mop composite flooring.                    
    Damp mop composite flooring.                    
    Wash and polish all mirrors, aluminum, stainless steel paper towel and seat liner dispensers.                    
    Wash and sanitize all toilets, urinals, faucets, and sinks.                    
    Sweep & mop all restroom floors with disinfectant solution.                    
    Wipe and remove noticeable markings, blemishes, stains on doors, door moldings, walls, light switches.                    
    High dust: Picture frames, storefront window frame, door header molding, and ceiling air ventilation grills.                    
    Strip and wax floor tile, as necessary.
                    Annually last on: August 2009.
    Buff floor tile, as necessary.
                       
  • There are free restroom inspection logs on my website at www.skiptotheloo.com. To find them, click on "Downloads". You can print them out as needed.

  • In reply to facmgr101:

    Thank you facmgr101 for including the feminine hygiene disposal units on the restroom checklist. BUT emptying and replacing the liners is not enough! Research has shown that the "sanitary" napkin disposal units are the most hazardous spot in a women's restrooms. Contaminates such as hepatitis, E. coli, salmonella, cryptosporidium, staphylococcus and C. diff.  must be removed to ensure the health and safety of restroom users and cleaning staff.

    According to Lynn Krafft, Associate Editor for ICAN/ATEX   "Use a Quat to clean the inside and outside of receptacles daily to control bacteria, soil and odor. Basic safety instructions need to be given to those handling such waste. Avoid touching the waste by wearing gloves, and using disposable liners in the receptacles. Washing hands and using sanitizing jell frequently( as well as being) alert to potential infection will reduce any risk involved."

     In all settings, bloodstained materials should be treated as if they are infected and potentially harmful. The Hepatitis Foundation recommends that bloodstained items be placed in sealable bags before disposing of them in waste receptacles.

    Though the disposal of feminine care products in ladie's restrooms is the problem that no one really wants to talk about...many in the cleaning industry are becoming aware of new solutions and taking action!   www.scensiblesource.com

  • Rest room must be clean and hygenic. To keep it clean and to give instructions to the people making cleaning instructions is a good idea. You can use like this:

    Keep rest room germ free.

    Keep clean and hygenic restroom...

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