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Multi-Clean Restroom Cleaning Procedures Introduction Restroom Cleaning may involve private, patient restrooms and general public restrooms.. Note: Special procedures including more intensive cleaning procedures may be required in isolation areas or in areas housing immuno compromised individuals. Slide 2 Multi-Clean Restroom Cleaning Procedures Overview Daily Cleaning Announce Yourself: Gently knock on the door, if the patient is alert or restroom is public. Set Up Safety Signs: Place a wet floor sign outside and inside the door. Equipment: Be sure to have on proper safety equipment which means gloves and protective eyewear Only bring into the restroom the equipment needed, leave the cart outside the room. Slide 3 Multi-Clean Restroom Cleaning Procedures Equipment and Supplies Getting Started .Gather your supplies Wiping Cloths Mop Bucket with Century Q Solution Refills for dispensers, roll towels, toilet paper Bowl Mop Floor Mops Wall Mops High Duster Spray bottle, labeled #2 Multi-Shine Glass Cleaner. Bucket with Century Q Solution Spray bottle, labeled, containing Century Q Solution Trash Can Liners (standard, general waste) Wet Floor Signs Slide 4 Multi-Clean Restroom Cleaning Procedures Daily Cleaning Announce Yourself Always knock, politely announce yourself as housekeeping. Wet Floor Signs Place wet floor signs in the hallway in front of the room entrance, and inside the room. Enter room with supplies. Do not bring the cart into the room, carry in necessary supplies. Toilets bowls and urinals. Apply disinfectant to interior of all toilets and urinals. Empty Trash Always wear gloves. Put on new gloves when waste is properly sealed and placed in proper receptacles. Disinfect trash containers before replacing with fresh liners. Check and Fill Dispensers. Towel dispensers, soap and sanitizer dispensers need to be filled. Wipe dispensers with disinfectant cleaner. Clean Mirrors and Glass Use Glass Cleaner to clean mirrors and glass. Clean High Touch Surfaces Use Century Q to wipe down all patient contact surfaces. Light switches, door knobs, window sills and all horizontal surfaces. Spot clean walls as needed. Clean Sinks, Countertops, and Partitions Use disinfectant cleaner for these surfaces. Toilets and Urinals Clean and wipe exterior surfaces, then use bowl mop to swab all interior surfaces, paying attention to the underside surfaces. Flush toilets/urinals. Damp Mop Floors. Use a Century Q solution to mop floors.