1. Washroom maintenance should be scheduled regularly, preferably when traffic is at a minimum.
2. Empty all waste receptacles. If possible, wash the receptacles clean.
3. Pick up waste materials, including loose hair strands from the floor.
4. Sweep all loose dirt.
5. Clean the urinal and the toilet bowl thoroughly, using your trusted liquid disinfectant cleaner. Work the liquid into all recesses and around the water outlets.
6. Clean top and underside of the toilet seat as well as the exterior of the bowl surfaces and fixtures. Rinse, wipe and leave toilet seat up.
7. Clean sink with a disinfectant cleaner. Be sure to include fixtures as well as hardware and pipes under the sink. Rinse with clean water and wipe water spots off with a clean cloth.
8. Spot-clean tiles, walls and ceilings and remove marks and smudges. Include the windows and other surfaces on which dust and dirt accumulate.
9. Note if there are burned out light bulbs, leaky faucets or other irregularities that need attention.
10. Clean the mirror.
11. Refill all dispensers with paper towels, bathroom tissues and soap. Make sure that these dispensers are clean before replenishing them with new supplies.