Many restaurant owners like to believe they are on top of the cleanliness of their restaurant. Kitchen restaurant pressure cleaning is imperative, particularly in a day and age when someone can post a review and picture of your dirty restaurant before you realize what hit you, you had better guarantee you are all about having a spotless restaurant. You may have a highly skilled staff that stays on top of cleaning the forks, knifes, spoons and plates every day. Perhaps they even have a high pressure steam dish washer to help them. Wiping down the tables, washing dishes and cooking equipment, vacuuming the floor and cleaning the bathrooms are other tasks that are (or should be) done daily. But these tasks are only the first step.
There is no shortage of areas to clean in a restaurant - in addition to the cleaning tasks mentioned above; ducts, signage, dumpster areas and the parking lot all need consistent cleaning. Such an array of surfaces that need to be cleaned frequently demands a cleaning solution that is easy to use, flexible and affordable. This is why a pressure washer is a necessity for those in the restaurant business. The ability to hook up a pressure washer and start cleaning within minutes is invaluable - particularly a cleaning solution that offers so much flexibility due to the number of attachments that can be used. Here is a list of the most problematic areas in a restaurant and our recommendations on how to clean them.
Kitchen Hood and Filters
Kitchen washing usually comes in last on the list in terms of fun restaurant tasks. But keeping kitchen ducts and filters clean is critical for the prevention of fires.1 Tied in with duct cleaning is the health of workers and patrons which is just as important. Hoods and ducts should be cleaned to the metal.2 Start inside by using your pressure washer to give the kitchen hood, duct, and filters and fans a good cleaning. Our new duct cleaners will help you clean your system from dust and general dirt. There are a number of benefits and we delve into kitchen hood and duct cleaning more deeply in our blog post.
Floors are generally mopped at the end of the business day. At best, depending on the cleaner and the method used, floors will appear to be clean. However, a much deeper cleaning can be achieved by a unit that cleans a surface with multiple water jets and captures the water. Water recovery units were designed specifically with this need in mind. For example, a 21" Height adjustable Surface Cleaner with Air Recovery allows a direct connect to a vacuum cleaner. The surface cleaner recovers dirt and grime from most any cleaning job and is an ideal solution for indoor food space related cleaning.