There are a number of different commercial settings that require proper cleaning and sanitizing. One particular commercial setting that demands regular cleaning are hair salons. Hair salons are a place where many people come every day to get their hair cut, styled, and so much more. As many people attend hair salons, it is important that the hair salon is cleaned and kept sanitized. Baker Sandoval Cleaning will share a proper hair salon checklist to ensure your salon is clean.
Hair Salon Floor Cleaning Checklist
When it comes to a hair salon, the floor is a primary focus for cleaning. Not only is there dirt from shoes, in a salon a ton of hair will also fall on the floor each day. Floors in a salon are swept clean multiple times a day. However, at the end of the day, the entire salon floor needs to undergo a thorough cleaning and mopping to ensure the floors are sanitized and cleaned for the next day. Salons often use VCT floors or tile as they are easier to clean and disinfect. VCT floors will need to be rewaxed every few years to maintain the floor and to prevent scratches. Tile floors in a salon should also be deep cleaned, polished and sealed. After the floors in the salon are properly cleaned and maintained, another major focus is the bathrooms.
Sanitation Cleaning for Hair Salon Restrooms
Both hair stylists and customers will use the bathrooms during the day. There is a demand that bathrooms be kept cleaned and disinfected. All surfaces from toilets, countertops, sinks, faucets and more need to be cleaned with a quality disinfectant. Not only will the bathroom need to be kept cleaned, but it will also need to be stocked. In a hair salon, you never want to run out of hand sanitizers, hand towels, and toilet paper. During this time of COVID-19 it is also encouraged to wipe down the bathroom frequently with disinfectants. Make sure to keep disinfectant wipes or a cleaner well stocked to keep up with sanitation requirements.
Sterilize Hair Station Tools & High Touch Areas
Each station, front desk and waiting areas will also need to be cleaned daily. Again, due to the current pandemic, commercial or public settings need to be regularly sanitized to kill viruses, bacteria, and germs. Every surface from doors, desks, chairs and more will need to be disinfected to prevent the spreading of germs. Now more than ever, keeping a hair salon clean is more demanding. To meet the demand for a hair salon, the answer is simple. Schedule a cleaning service daily. After hours or before the salon is scheduled to open, have a cleaning service come and perform a thorough cleaning of the hair salon. For specialty cleaning where certain aspects of the salon may require more attention, have these areas cleaned every three months. Specialty cleaning like carpet cleaning (if any), tile polishing and sealing, washing curtains, or fixture cleaning are some aspects of a salon that doesn’t need to happen daily but should be done at least a few times a year. Make to provide enough time for the cleaning service to properly perform specialty cleanings.