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Common Overlooked Areas During Commercial Cleaning

Common Overlooked Areas During Commercial Cleaning

Keep reading to find out which areas get overlooked during commercial cleaning.

Ever since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic, businesses have been more cautious than ever about hygiene. Even so, there will sometimes be spots around your business that could be getting overlooked during the cleaning process. Not all areas are equally noticeable, but if you want to keep your business as clean as possible, it’s important to acknowledge these areas. Keep reading to find out which areas get overlooked during commercial cleaning.


If your staff is getting commercial cleaning done, they may focus on parts of your building within its walls, but the walls themselves should also get cleaned. The walls don’t get a lot of attention during day-to-day operations, so it’s easy to overlook them while getting cleaning finished. With that said, dirt will still accumulate on your walls over time, so you’ll eventually need to allocate some time towards removing dirt from those areas.

Clean Your Buttons and Door Handles

Door handles are some of the most utilized parts of your building every day, and you might not even think about it. The same goes for buttons, whether they’re on vending machines, water fountains, or elevators etc. Even so, they don’t always get the most attention because we use these handles and buttons without a second thought. All the same, however, they need to be cleaned, especially with how often they are used each day.

Get Behind Machinery

It’s likely that your office has plenty of machines in it. Have you ever taken the time to go behind these machines and clean all of the dirt and grime that gets there? People will clean the surfaces of these machines fairly often, but the space behind these machines can get overlooked during the commercial cleaning process. Make sure to attend to the dirt that’s hidden behind all of your machinery so that it doesn’t have the opportunity to pile up too much.

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