Spring cleaning is a time to get rid of all the dust and dirt that collect throughout the office. Even though you may clean your office regularly, you may not get rid of all dirt. When you start your spring cleaning, make a list of the things you want to accomplish and make sure you have the right tools to reach those hard-to-find areas where dirt can hide.
Create a Plan of Action
Create a plan of action. Make a list of the things you need to do in each space. Some rooms will require mopping, while others may have several windows that need to be cleaned. If you are working with a partner, make sure to divide up the chores so that each has the freedom to do your assigned tasks without bumping into one another.
Separate Areas into Groups That Require Similar Tasks
Separate areas into groups that require the same type of tasks and tackle each one before moving on to the next. This way, you avoid going back and forth when it comes to using specific tools. Tackle each room one at a time, but make sure to follow a pattern with each one so that things go smoothly.
Before you start the actual cleaning process, eliminate as much clutter as possible. By doing do, you won’t have to worry about moving things from place to place if everything has already been put away.
Keep a Steady Pace
Keep a steady pace and stick to an established routine. Although it might be a little boring at times, it will ensure that each task is completed before you move on to the next area. Working at a steady pace means that you will have less time to be distracted. Stay on task and keep moving forward.
When you are spring cleaning your office, these simple tricks will help to keep you on track. The job will go much faster and you will be done in a fraction of the time it would have taken you.
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