Most people who do not like to clean feel this way because of laziness. Cleaning is time-consuming, especially if it is done right. People tend not to care about what it is they are cleaning unless it is a toilet bowl. Yes, there are germs, bacteria, and gross stuff in a bathroom, but that stuff exists throughout an office. Our team recognizes just how dirty an office is and we want to help you get rid of that grim. People spend countless hours in an office, and so it is no wonder why and how that place can get so dirty.
The telephone: this device has many contact points from dialing to picking up the receiver. Any dirt, grime, or bacteria that is on the user’s hands will now be on the phone. Even worse than that people spend time talking directly into the receivers, which catches our spit particles and anything else unwanted coming from the mouth.
A keyboard and mouse need to be cleaned with special attention (especially if more than one employee uses a workstation). Like a phone, these things are touched continuously all day long. If a person inadvertently wipes their nose or mouth and then touches the phone, you now have bacteria transferring between the two mediums. Special care must be taken to clean these two computer accessories thoroughly.
People transfer germs when touching and speaking, but also when their clothes contact objects. Shoes may track in dirt or mud, whereas clothing can be covered in pollen. It is essential to regularly clean upholstery that workers sit on.