Between customers and employees, when it comes to managing the spills on commercial carpet can prove difficult. Even in an otherwise clean and maintained business space, the carpet riddled with spots and stains will blemish the professional presentation. These stains and spots are a distraction at best and a poor impression on your business at the worst. Spills and stains that are not treated sooner rather than can be even more difficult to remove. To help you better maintain the cleanliness of the commercial carpeting, we at Orange County Steam Masters would like offer some helpful tips.
Need to Remove Really Old Carpet Spills
Few people report an accidental spill or tacked in messes on the carpet to the employees, usually in fear of repercussion and embarrassment in most business establishment. The substances that make contact with the carpet absorb into the fibers, and the longer it lingers, the harder it is to remove. Stains can set in quickly, especially substances like coffee, soda, oil, and other dark liquids.
Limit Food & Drinks Around Carpeting
Commercial carpets are commonly impacted by visitors and employee members eat and drink on carpets. Many businesses go the extra mile to take care of their staff to encourage productivity and accommodate visitors by offering refreshments. When people eat or drink on the carpet, the likelihood of a spill on the carpets only increases. To help reduce the carpet stains ensure the staff immediately treat any spills they do and whenever possible, when they see a visitor make a spill.
Careless Customers Can Cause Carpet Stains
Customers will often bring their little ones with them to visit various businesses and often attempt to keep the kids busy with offerings s crackers, juice boxes, other snacks, as well as markers, crayons, and other entertainment materials. Unfortunately, these parents are less likely to clean up after themselves let alone their children. The tips below help your business manage the carpet spills more efficiently in order to help you avoid the spots and stains that can negatively impact the business’s overall appearance.
1) Add more recycle bins, lessen trash can availability. When there are fewer trash cans available, according to research studies, the waste and accidents significantly decrease. To influence the staff to eat and drink in the areas where the waste baskets were convenient, you can reduce spills by cutting down on them eating and drinking over carpeted areas as well as putting recycle bins at the desks.
2) Provide reward incentives. To assist you on removing spots and treat spills quickly, offering strong incentives or rewards for your staff, can help significantly. For those with the cleanest carpets at the end of each quarter, for example, you can present them a free lunch or gift cards.
3) Schedule routine professional carpet cleaning. Since you cannot completely prevent stains and spots on your carpets, keep the carpets better preserved through having a professional cleaning for your carpets. Not only does it remove the stains often, it extracts the dirt and debris to keep the carpets clean and vibrant.