Guideline and ideas on how to clean a commercial kitchen

Date: 01-May-2019

Food Safety is one of the most important elements when preparing food in a kitchen.  We have made a list of guidelines on how to make sure all areas are cleaned and sanitised.  Some of these ideas are researched and some shared by our customers.  

 

Before we get to do any of the tasks listed: 

  1. Always wear protective clothing
  2. Wear gloves and glasses when diluting and handling chemicals 
  3. Have all SDS handy (safety data sheets)

 

Kitchen Detailing Guideline:

  1. Clean all equipment - begin with the greasiest items first, using a product such as Resolve by Whiteley
  2. Clean Grease traps - remove all racks to soak, using a product such as Resolve by Whiteley 
  3. Clean Hood filters - it will improve airflow and keep the kitchen cooler, using a product such as Resolve by Whiteley
  4. Clean inside wall of the oven - clean behind the Hot line, using a product such as Grill Master or Oven & Grill Cleaner
  5. Empty and clean steam table, using a product such as Multisan or RFS (Rinse Free Sanitiser)
  6. Wash all equipment
  7. Clean coffee machine, using a product such as Descaler
  8. Wash and Sanitise all surfaces, using a product such as Resolve by Whiteley
  9. Clean fridge and freezers, using a product such as Multisan or RFS (Rinse Free Sanitiser)
  10. Wash all floor mats
  11. Scrub walls
  12. Clean & referesh drain cleaners, using a product such as G.O.E
  13. Empty coolers, wash & sanitise
  14. Empty & Sanitise Ice machine
  15. Wipe down & refresh storage area
  16. Empty bins and Sanitise
  17. Clean all sinks & faucets and counter tops, using a Non Abrasive Creme Cleanser
  18. Sweep and mop floors, using a degreaser such as Trojan
  19. Wash all Tea Towels 
  20. Wash all cleaning microfibre cloths, buckets, brushware and any other cleaning equipment used

The aim is to clean and sanitise a kitchen which can provide a peace of mind when serving food.