Don't spring clean your office while you're dressed in your best suit or favorite business casual outfit. Come into the office wearing ruddy–duds and then get to work.
Protect your hands from dirt, hot water, and cleaning chemicals by sporting rubber gloves while cleaning.
Change your cleaning cloths regularly to prevent moving dirt and dust from one area to another. Babyboomers.com also suggests that you freshen the cleaning solution frequently.
Facing a tough stain that just won't come out no matter how hard you rub and scrub? Spray or pour on some cleaning solution, then let it sit for a while so it can begin to break down the stain before you begin scrubbing.
Wash your office's windows on a cool, cloudy day. If you wash windows on a hot, sunny day the cleaning solution may dry too quickly and create streaks.
Don't let the dust and grime that builds up on blinds beat you. Wrap a dust cloth around a ruler, spray the cloth with a cleaning solution, and then wipe each slat clean with the flat side of the cloth–covered ruler.
Scrub your office's "front door from top to bottom with a rag and soapy water, using a scrub brush for especially difficult spots," recommends allabouthome.com. "While you're at it, wipe down the top edge of the frame. "
Drop a sheet of fabric softener into each wastebasket. The fabric softener sheet will help prevent unpleasant odors.
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