New Year, Cleaner Work Space: Office Cleaning Tips to Stay Organized | Hubbard's Maid Service | Savannah, GA

Do you work in an office? If so, you know how hard it is to keep it clean and organized. This is especially true if you share an office with your colleague as your colleague may not clean up after him or herself.

Now that a new year is here, you should make it a goal to keep your office clean. There’s no better way to boost productivity and remain happy in your office than to have it clean and organized.

This is your ultimate guide for office cleaning tips that you need to be aware of.

Declutter Your Desk

If you are going to clean your office, the first place you may want to start cleaning is your desk. Since this is where you sit every day, it’s probably covered with your office supplies and personal items.

Chances are that your desk is where you place all your items, especially those items (e.g., paperwork and files) that are unnecessary. You may drop things on your desk and by the time you know it, there will be a buildup of stuff on your desk. Next thing you know, you’re going to find yourself digging into your desk to find your computer’s keyboard.

This is the last thing you want, especially if you are in a hurry to find something you need before you head to a meeting, so you must declutter your desk. Decluttering involves clean up your desk and discarding items that are no longer needed.

If you have pens that no longer have ink or sticky notes with reminders of meetings you had months ago, throw them away. You no longer have a need for these items.

The next step is to organize the desk. You should group items such as pens, markers, and highlighters all in one place. Consider buying a pen holder for your desk. If you have papers lying around your desk, put them in a folder, and file them away in a cabinet or drawer.

This is a task that you should do daily or at the very least, once a week. It’s a habit you need to make time for.

Disinfect All Areas of the Office

The latest statistics show that up to 10 million bacteria can live on an office desk. If you don’t want to be working with bacteria, you want to disinfect your office.

You want to make sure that you start by disinfecting all of the items in the office that you share with your colleague(s). Start with the phone, doorknob, and any other shared areas or equipment.

Once this is done, follow through with your computer, its keyboard, and then the surface area of the desk. Head to your local office supply store and buy disinfection wipes and disinfectant spray to use. Consider buying these items in bulk so you have a supply in your office as you can expect to run through them quickly.

You’ll be surprised how much these cleaning products will catch, especially dust and dirt. This is a task you will need to do daily so that you can prevent the buildup of dust, dirt, grime, and bacteria.

If you eat on your desk, you must disinfect your desk. You don’t want to eat on a desk surface that has bacteria or leave behind food stains.

Assign a Place for Everything

One of the best ways to keep your office organized is to assign a place for everything. This goes back to not leaving items on your desk to buildup there. You don’t want to pile up things on your desk as this will start a mess.

If you keep a lot of paperwork or folders, consider buying a cabinet to store them in. Make sure to have a space in the office to throw away garbage and keep cleaning supplies.

If you have a surplus of items such as pens and rims of copy paper, you can store them in boxes. Just make sure to label the boxes so you know what’s inside of the boxes.

If new items come into your office all the time, this is a habit you need to make so that everything is organized.

Schedule a Deep Office Cleaning

As much as you clean, there might always be some dirt and dust left behind in the office. It may be hard for you to clean every nook and cranny, especially if you are on the clock and have to work. To obtain a deep office cleaning schedule an appointment with a professional cleaning service.

By hiring a professional cleaning service, you can rest assured that your office will receive the cleaning it needs. A professional cleaning service can provide a deep and detailed cleaning and sanitization of your office. Their use of commercial disinfectants can help protect you against disease.

Your office will be cleaned by hand so you can expect it to be clean and disinfected. Among the areas and items that will be cleaned include light fixtures, window blinds, doors, and door frames, and floors.

Keep Your Office Clean and Organized

With a new year, one of your goals should focus on maintaining a clean and organized office. If you want to boost your productivity, this is the best way to go.

Make it a habit of decluttering your desk, disinfecting the office, and organizing the office. For the best cleaning, use commercial cleaners services who can perform a deep office cleaning.

If you want to find out more about commercial cleaning or want to schedule an appointment to have professional office cleaners clean your office visit our contact us page.