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Now that we are dressed for cleaning washrooms, something that cleaning professionals should consider is what was mentioned earlier: eliminating the need to touch restroom surfaces. The best way to prevent encountering pathogens on a surface is never to need to touch them in the first place. This is where ‘no-touch’ restroom cleaning systems come into the picture. They can play a significant role in protecting the health of cleaning workers when cleaning washrooms as well as virtually all types of cleaning tasks.


Related to this, if you must touch surfaces when cleaning, only touch those areas necessary to perform the task at hand. The concern here is that even if the protective hand gear is worn, you may unwittingly touch a surface that is hot, contains an acid or hazardous material. This could eat through the glove and cause harm very quickly.


Further, restrooms have different cleaning risk factors. Cleaning the restrooms in a corporate office, for instance, will likely have far fewer risk factors to consider than cleaning the restrooms in a public area used by many people.


Finally, take steps to properly maintain and dispose of the protective gear. Gowns, as we mentioned earlier, should be washed. Gloves should be disposed of properly by placing in a sealed waste liner. Incidentally, some medical facilities require that gloves be changed and tossed after each room is cleaned.


Lastly, goggles should be rinsed after use. They can usually be washed with dishwashing liquid if soiled, and then allowed to air dry. In time, they should be replaced as well.


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