Vacuum every day
Cats and dogs are probably your best customers, and they need a lot of love and attention. While some dogs don’t shed, many of them do, and almost all cat breeds shed as well. Cats and dogs shed more in between fall and winter and winter and spring as they grow thicker coats to cope with the cold and then let them thin out.
Vacuum the waiting room every day - as you should for any office cleaning in Maryland. Doing this will clear out the fur and make your waiting room look neat and tidy. Fur builds up quickly so be sure to make time for vacuuming at the end of every day.
Have a mop handy and be ready
It’s no secret that cats and dogs sometimes have unexpected accidents. Some dogs get very nervous at the vet, and they can’t wait until they get outside. A regular animal hospital cleaning will make sure that no diseases linger, but your staff needs to be ready to handle any animal urine in a flash.
The best way to do so is to be ready before anything happens. You need to have a mop and bucket ready to go at the start of every day. Animal urine and feces can carry diseases that could affect other patients in the room, so you must make sure your staff is ready to clean up in minutes after the mess is made.
Use animal-friendly products
Just like people, animals who ingest certain cleaning products can get sick. When using products on your floors and surfaces, you need to make sure that the products won’t hurt the animals you’re trying to help.
The best types of disinfectants for an office cleaning in Maryland are green products that help the environment without harming best. Some green solutions can be made right in your office. Try a baking powder to eliminate odors in the waiting room. At the end of the day, sprinkle a little baking powder on the carpet as well as any cloth-covered chairs or couches. Let it sit on your surfaces for a half hour and then go back over the spots with a vacuum.