Daily Office Cleaning Checklist

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How To Make An Office Cleaning Checklist

Creating and organizing an office cleaning checklist involves breaking down the tasks into daily, weekly, monthly, and occasional categories to ensure all areas are completely covered.

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Assess the Office Areas

Identify the different areas in the office that need cleaning:

  • Reception area
  • Workstations/desks
  • Meeting rooms
  • Restrooms
  • Kitchen/break room
  • Hallways
  • Storage areas

Categorize Cleaning Tasks

Divide the tasks into daily, weekly, monthly, and occasional.

Daily Cleaning Tasks


  • Reception Area:
    • Empty trash bins and replace liners
    • Dust and wipe down reception desk
    • Vacuum or sweep floor
    • Clean glass doors and windows
  • Workstations/Desks:
    • Empty trash bins
    • Wipe down desks and surfaces
    • Vacuum or sweep floor
    • Clean computer screens and keyboards (if applicable)
  • Meeting Rooms:
    • Empty trash bins
    • Wipe down tables and chairs
    • Vacuum or sweep floor
    • Clean whiteboards and markers
  • Restrooms:
    • Clean and disinfect toilets and sinks
    • Replenish soap, toilet paper, and paper towels
    • Empty trash bins
    • Sweep and mop floors
  • Kitchen/Break Room:
    • Empty trash bins
    • Wipe down countertops and tables
    • Clean microwave, refrigerator handles, and coffee machines
    • Sweep and mop floor
    • Wash and store dishes

Weekly Cleaning Tasks


  • Reception Area:
    • Dust decorations and furniture
    • Clean baseboards
  • Workstations/Desks:
    • Dust shelves and other surfaces
    • Organize loose papers and supplies
  • Meeting Rooms:
    • Clean windows
    • Dust furniture and equipment
  • Restrooms:
    • Scrub tiles and grout
    • Clean mirrors
  • Kitchen/Break Room:
    • Clean inside the microwave and refrigerator
    • Wipe down cabinets and doors

Monthly Cleaning Task


  • Reception Area:
    • Deep clean carpet or rugs
    • Polish furniture
  • Workstations/Desks:
    • Clean behind and under furniture
    • Disinfect phones and other equipment
  • Meeting Rooms:
    • Deep clean carpet or rugs
    • Check and replace light bulbs if needed
  • Restrooms:
    • Deep clean floors and walls
    • Disinfect all surfaces
  • Kitchen/Break Room:
    • Deep clean refrigerator
    • Clean vents and air ducts

Occasional Cleaning Tasks


  • General:
    • Professional carpet cleaning
    • Clean window blinds or curtains
    • Clean and inspect air conditioning and heating vents

Create the Checklist, Assign Responsibilities & Monitor and Update

Use a digital tool (like Excel, Google Sheets, or a task management app) to create your checklist. You can also use a physical chart or clipboard if preferred.

Designate specific tasks to individuals or cleaning staff. Make sure to rotate responsibilities to ensure all tasks are handled fairly and thoroughly.

Regularly review the checklist to ensure tasks are completed on time. Update the checklist as needed based on office needs or feedback.

Get Your Free Daily Office Cleaning Checklist Template For Free

By categorizing the tasks and organizing them into a clear checklist, you ensure that all cleaning duties are managed efficiently, contributing to a clean and pleasant office environment.

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