Keep the office tidy even when cleaning crews aren’t around

Add some homemade cleaners to the cart.

Add some homemade cleaners to the cart.

While many professionals load their cleaning carts with chemicals strong enough to get the job done, many establishments are looking for safe remedies. Sometimes, it could even be as simple as making one’s own cleaning solution. There are plenty of concoctions that can work for specific areas around the building.

According to the Huffington Post, there are plenty of different cleaning solutions for various surface areas. One of the biggest points of cleaning contention in an office is the kitchen, since it can get messy quickly and cleaning crews may not come as often as staff would like. Having a cup of white vinegar and a cup of water on hand can help anyone clean the surfaces of the kitchen fast, without having to wait for the professionals.

Additionally, you can take the vinegar and use it again in the bathroom. The news provider reports that mixing one cup of vinegar with ¼ cup of baking soda can help keep the bowls clean. This can be a helpful daily practice in the event buildings don’t hire cleaning crews for an every-night basis.

If the office windows need sprucing, HGTV recommends using rubbing alcohol, which can serve as a cleaner that rivals the professional chemicals. This can save on hiring professional window cleaners to do the job.

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