The cleaning and maintenance of commercial kitchen floors (often eco-grip) is unlike that of the floors of most other commercial spaces, or any type of space, really. In most commercial kitchens, flooring is exposed to both high and low temperatures, grease, hot frying oils, food, beverages, water, chemicals, and many other contaminants. Combine all of […]Read More..
One can assume that thinking about and possibly amending or enhancing restaurant & bar cleaning procedures is actually fun and exciting. Restaurants and bars are among the most missed public places to no one’s surprise. Community and social interactions over good food and drinks is such a critical outlet for people that even restaurant and […]Read More..
Cleaning a commercial kitchen floor is almost nothing like cleaning the kitchen floor in your home. There are parallels, but unless you’re Gordon Ramsey, the two will look much different. The reasons for this are somewhat obvious – commercial kitchen floors have industrial mats, non slip installments, and are often wet, greasy, and littered with […]Read More..
Before 2020, parklets were an emerging method of seating for outdoor dining all around the country. Of course, this year, parklets took on a whole new level of importance. With indoor dining either completely forbidden, or allowed at limited capacities to comply with social distancing policies, parklets (and parklet cleaning) became a lifeline for countless […]Read More..
Maintaining a clean commercial kitchen is essential to running a healthy and thriving business, as kitchens can become home to a variety of dangerous contaminants if they aren’t given the proper attention. With that said, continuously cleaning and disinfecting will help prevent your employees and customers from falling ill. You may already have a cleaning […]Read More..
Cleanliness, hand washing, and sanitation has always been top priority for restaurants. If your restaurant cleaning isn’t up to snuff, you’re looking at run-ins with the health inspector, a bad reputation with customers, and the possibility of creating food-borne illnesses. All of this holds more true than ever as we navigate the global COVID-19 pandemic, […]Read More..