The Essentials of Restaurant Cleaning
Every restaurant is different, and each one has its own requirements when it comes to cleaning. No matter what type of restaurant, or the size of it, doesn’t change the basic steps that every restaurant cleaning team must undertake.
At the end of each night, standing mats and rugs need to be removed and the underlying areas need to be sprayed down, mopped and swept accordingly. When restaurant cleaning crews arrive in the morning before the establishment opens, additional sweeping, mopping and vacuuming needs to take place before the rugs and mats are laid back to their proper areas. Once the rugs have been rolled out to their corresponding areas vacuuming on top of them, preferably with a highly efficient particulate air (HEPA) vacuum, is crucial to keep allergens and germs at bay.
Morning restaurant cleaning technicians need to make sure that all the bright work in the restaurant has been polished to a fine sheen. Any railings, knobs, handles, or décor that can be polished should be worked until it gleams. While the cleaning crews work inside the restaurant to get it prepared for a long day of service, have a cleaning technician work on washing the windows to ensure that your guests can enjoy the full view that your restaurant has.
In the rapid exchange of information in today’s digital world you can have one bad day of cleaning and all over the social media world, from Yelp to Facebook, will have your customers ablaze with their poor experience at your establishment. Stay on top of your game and ahead of the curve with a restaurant cleaning crew from Jani-King. Jani-King will work out a customized schedule with you and customize a cleaning routine that is specific to your restaurant. If you want the best clean you can get for your restaurant, don’t hesitate, and call the King of Clean.