Stephen wrote:Its kind of trick cleaning the toilets then going back to the kitchen, I see them in the morning sometimes and am about to go in and clean them then think, emm maybe not as i will ten have to the kitchen, obviously i can wash my hands but my clothes and everything, it just seems wrong, maybe i am being fussy.
The end of shift sounds good for this but i think i would encourage people not to come back into the kitchen after, maybe i am being a bit to fusy here
I think you can do it if you wear gloves, I was just thinking of emptying bins and putting toilet cleaner in the basin, not actual brushing and scrubbing.
Alternatively, any volunteer whose shift finishes at 10 (or 12 depending on the night) could do it, if they're okay with it, but it'd be a pity if night volies associated some shifts with the loos : D
disinfectant (Bio-D) for basins etc.
if you think it's necessary I will ask Bridget to order some toilet cleaner.
I'm just thinking toilet cleaner has a good shape (the beak thingy), so it really gets everywhere and prevent sh*t from accumulating... but also, the ingredients in the the Bio-D, if used too often, might affect the septic tank? Though apparently most eco-friendly cleaning products are fine. That needs to be checked.
So it'd be great to know what most NM/volunteers think about that and I'd be happy to try and give it a go on my next shift! I don't mean to sound like a hygiene freak really... if anyone has a better idea? : )