Cubicle Panel Cleaning

Improve Personal Workspace with Professional Disinfecting

Frequently overlooked, cubicle spaces play a significant role in your overall work environment cleanliness. Cubicle panels and upholstered walls are great for providing privacy and sound barriers, but like carpet, furniture and rugs, they harbor dust, dirt and other pollutants that can render your work environment unhealthy.

Routine cubicle panel cleanings combined with our other wall cleaning services help keep your workspace clean and healthy from the top to the bottom of the office.

How Bailtek’s Cubicle Cleaning Works

We recommend professional cubicle panel cleaning every 12-24 months, or more frequently in some environments. But whether your space needs a one-time visit or maintenance program, our account manager will work diligently with you and your team to develop a personalized cubicle panel cleaning package.

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Eliminate germs, disinfect and refresh


Cubicles offer a simple, efficient way to maximize work space, creating a barrier and accommodating more workers than a bank of offices. Unlike painted office walls, cubicle walls simply can’t be wiped down with a rag for cleaning. A typical cubicle wall features upholstered or fabric construction that attracts and collects dust, dirt, germs and particulates that can affect allergies. At Bailtek, we want your office cubicles to be fresh, clean and look great. Consider the following cleaning tips for cubicle walls.

Preparation for Cubicle Wall Cleaning

Many cubicle wall construction materials are additional work space, allowing the worker to attach a variety of notes, reminders, framed decor and other items to the interior walls. Often these walls become an extension of the desktop work surface and accumulated clutter transitions from horizontal piles to vertical until the interior walls look like a mess. De-cluttering is a key step in any cleaning process. To prepare for cleaning, remove all items attached to the walls. Remove what you don’t need and file items that are no longer current projects. Neatly stack the rest or place in a file folder to store temporarily until the cubicle wall cleaning is complete. Shift all furniture away from the walls so areas are easy to access.

How to Clean Cubicle Walls

Vacuuming is the first step to cleaning cubicle walls. It’s important to remove as much dust, loose dirt and any other particulates that may be clinging on to the fabric fibers. For anyone suffering from allergies, routine vacuuming of cubicle walls may help reduce symptoms triggered by allergens such as dust and pollen.  Bailtek can vacuum the panels or clean the panels, just ask your account manager.