COMMON HOUSEHOLD ITEMS THAT CAN BE USED FOR OFFICE CLEANING.
Below are a few great cleaning tips and environmentally safe daily products that can be used in your office. These products can be found under the sink, pantry or refrigerator that will work if you have run out of usual cleaner.
Baking soda is commonly available at every grocery store. You can use it to fight odors in the refrigerators and freezers. Sprinkled on a damp cloth, it can be used to clean kitchen counter-tops, sinks, microwaves or on fiberglass surfaces. It can also be a good carpet deodorizer. Use baking soda with vinegar to clean in sink garbage disposals.
White vinegar is good for cleaning windows. Dissolve a few tablespoons in an empty spray jug and use it on windows and mirrors. Add it to your dish water to help remove grease on stubborn pots and pans.
Tea tree oil is a natural fungicide and can be used as an all-purpose cleaner. It can be added to a water tank of your humidifier to keep the water fresh.
Corn starch can be used to clean windows, polish furniture and shampoo carpets and rugs.
Lemon juice can be used to clean glass and remove stains from aluminum, close and porcelain.
Cream of tartar can be used to remove stains in the bitter taste from old-fashioned coffee percolators.
Isopropyl alcohol is an effective, inexpensive disinfectant. Use gloves and always keep it away from children.
Maintaining a clean building is extremely important to any productive workplace.