The most wonderful time of the year is coming to an end, which means that many different holiday parties taking place in your office are also reaching their conclusion. These get-togethers are a perfect chance for employees to connect and reflect on the past year, but they are also a way to dirty up your commercial space. What are some of the best ways to clean your office after holiday parties?
Get Rid of Holiday Decor
Many businesses get festive and use lots of different decorations to add some pizzazz to their space, but January is the perfect time to start putting them away. Anything disposable should be thrown out. Anything that will be stored for the next year should be securely packed away in containers that are moisture-resistant. Once you have a blank slate, it will be much easier to clean your office.
Tidy Up the Fridge and Breakroom
When you clean your office after the holiday party season, it’s a good idea to start with the areas where there are most likely to be perishables and food debris. Clean out the fridge to get rid of any holiday cookies or treats that might be lurking weeks after the holiday has passed. If you want to simplify the cleaning process, you can contact our team for a special deep cleaning. Even if you already have routine cleanings done, the clutter and mess of the holiday season can require a special trip.
Disinfect Shared Surfaces
Particularly this year when there is an elevated risk of multiple colds and viruses, it is critical to disinfect shared surfaces as you clean your office. Desks, counters, doorknobs, and even windows should all be carefully disinfected to get rid of any lingering bacteria or pathogens. Additionally, the floor should be deep cleaned to get rid of any lingering food residue and anything else that might be attractive to pests.
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