Phone booth care instructions

Here are some helpful tips that ensure your ROOM products are in good shape and well-loved by employees for years to come.

Keep it clean

Clear plexiglass pane

Spray both sides with a plexiglass cleaner. Gently wipe away with a soft cloth. Avoid glass cleaners with alcohol, as they can seriously damage the booth surface.


This one is easy: Vacuum it like the carpet you have at home. For spot treatments, use a carpet cleaner. Don’t forget to give yourself a pat on the back when you’re done.

Outside walls

Take a clean, damp cloth and gently wipe down the sides. Do this regularly to keep the booth clean.

Floor grate

What’s underneath your feet matters. Remove the floor grate and vacuum the inside to keep it clear of dust.


When it comes to taking care of the fans on top of the booth, there’s no need to break a sweat. Regularly dusting them will keep them in good shape.

Interior wall fabric

The acoustic felt protects your privacy. Using a brush attachment, lightly vacuum the fabric to give it some love. For spot treatments, gently dab with cold water.

Door, door frame & magnetic board

When it comes to removing stains or smudges, there’s nothing like a damp magic eraser.

Disinfecting instructions

The cleaning of visibly dirty surfaces followed by disinfection is a best practice measure for prevention in community settings. The CDC recommends that frequently touched surfaces like light switches and doorknobs be cleaned and disinfected regularly.

We recommend strict adherence to the CDC’s General Recommendations for Routine Cleaning and Disinfection of Household Surfaces, which are applicable to office furniture and specifically, our ROOM phone booths.

For more tips on how to properly disinfect and clean your booth, please contact us as

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