When making beds, use good body mechanics, and make each movement:
d. Dust free.
Including the daily allowance of clean linen, towel and washcloth, the following
equipment is needed to make an unoccupied open bed:
a. Wash basin containing detergent-germicide solution, cleaning cloth, clothes
hamper, and paper bag.
b. Cleaning cloth, sponge, paper bag, and washbasin.
Waxed or foil paper, washbasin, cleaning cloth, and disinfectant spray.
d. Washbasin, waxed paper or foil paper, cleaning cloth, and clothes hamper.
When preparing to make a bed, assemble the materials at the bedside, placing the
clean linen on the chair in the order of use:
a. Sheets, blanket, spread, pillowcase, and pillow on top.
b. Spread, pillow, pillowcase, blanket, and sheets on top.
Pillow, pillowcase, spread, blanket, and sheets on top.
d. Blanket, spread, pillowcase, pillow, and sheets on top.
When making the bed, you should:
a. Go around the bed and miter all corners.
b. Go around the bed again and tuck the surplus sheet under the mattress.
Fold the blanket edge under the top sheet edge of the spread.
d. Complete one side before going to the other.