1. Make beds.
This includes ensuring that all bedding is in place and properly tucked in, and that all pillows are fluffed.
2. Vacuum carpets.
This includes removing all dirt, dust, and debris from the carpets.
3. Dust furniture and surfaces.
This includes using a duster to remove all surface dust and dirt, as well as using a vacuum to remove any embedded dirt or dust particles.
4. Wipe down windowsills and ledges.
This includes using a damp cloth to clean any dirt or fingerprints from the window sills and ledges.
5. Clean bathrooms, including showers, toilets, and fixtures.
This includes scrubbing the entire bathroom to remove all soap scum, mildew, and dirt build-up. It also includes cleaning the shower, toilet, and fixtures.
6. Sweep and mop floors.
This includes sweeping all the floors to remove any dirt or debris, as well as mopping all of the floors to remove any water or liquid spills.
7. Remove trash from rooms and dispose of it properly.
This includes taking all trash bags out of the rooms and disposing of them in the proper trash receptacles.
8. Refresh linens on beds and in bathrooms.
This includes changing out all bedding linens (sheets, pillowcases, blankets, etc.) and refreshing all bathroom towels and washcloths.
9. Inspect rooms for any damage or needed repairs.
This includes checking for any damage to walls, fixtures, floors, etc., and reporting any repairs that are needed to the appropriate staff member.
10. Report any maintenance issues to the appropriate staff member.
This includes notifying the appropriate staff member of any maintenance issues (such as a broken light fixture) that need to be addressed.