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A spotless kitchen is extremely important due to health and safety reasons and also for customer retention. Regular cleaning and maintenance of commercial kitchens makes it easier for future cleanups. When cleaning a commercial kitchen, the best approach is to divide the tasks into smaller duties. Following is a procedure on how commercial kitchens should be cleaned professionally.
Cleaning Items Needed
Cleaning Hard Surfaces
Begin by setting items aside. Using the broom, sweep any loose debris on the surface and collect it using the dust pan. Take the multipurpose disinfectant and spray it on the surface. The bottle should be held a few inches away to avoid inhaling the chemicals. If there are customers in the premise, you can spray the cleaner on to the paper towel. To disinfect the floor, leave the disinfectant on the floor for a few minutes before cleaning. Begin by cleaning a small area so avoid streaking. If you notice streaks on the floor, use less of the cleaner. You can also dry buff the floor.
Cleaning Non-Carpet Surfaces
Fill the mop bucket with warm water. If the water is hard, use more of the cleaner and disinfectant. Begin by pouring the disinfectant on the floor and leave it to sit for several minutes. It is important to put on the wet floor sign since you will be using a lot of water. Place the mop in the cleaning solution. Lightly twist the mop ensuring that you leave enough solution to wet the floor. Begin mopping from the furthest point. Allow the surface to dry or dry buff it with a lint free towel if you want to use the kitchen floor immediately.
Cleaning Trash Cans
Trash cans need to be handled with gloves to avoid contamination. Begin by emptying all the trash bags from the cans. Dispose the bags, taking care not to spill any liquids on the floor. Spray the disinfectant and allow it to sit for while. Begin by scrubbing the cans from the inside out. The brush used should be a non-food contact scrubbing pad. Empty the dirty water into a sink or drainage outlet. The first rinse can be done with warm water. Air the trash containers and ensure that they dry completely before using them. Place new bags into the containers and place the cans back in position.
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13 January 2016