It is important to have a clean looking office for your clients, customers and office staff. Managing spills and cleaning stains is a major part of maintaining a professional look in your office space. A large stain on your office floor can be distracting and reflect poorly on your business.
A major culprit to most office stains is employees eating at their desks instead of the cafeteria. Larger companies have on-site cafeteria or bring in food trucks as a way to reward employees and encourage productivity. Other companies simply encourage people to stay on-site to eat lunch at their desks. Employers believe that these efforts can positively impact productivity, but the downside is the increased likelihood of food spills and stains.
Attend to spills as soon as possible, since older stains are harder to remove. It is important to use a white paper towel to blot or scrape as much soil as practical before applying spot removers. Never rub the soils into the carpet. Always pretest spotters because fabrics react differently. To pre-test, dampen a spot on a white absorbent cloth with the spotter you will use. Gently, but thoroughly, blot this on a very small inconspicuous area. Inspect closely for dye transfer or changes in the fabric’s appearance. After applying spot remover
No matter the type of flooring from marble, hardwood, VCT or carpeting in your office, SERVPRO of Stark County can offer day to day cleaning. We can also provide carpet cleaning and hard floor care services quarterly or annually to our customers in order to keep them looking fresh and spotless. Call us today at 330-497-1773 for a free assessment of cleaning your facility.