Kitchen is almost always present in the office. Here, you can find appliances that are made out of different materials and surfaces. Ever wonder how your commercial cleaner makes this appliance sparkle and shine like new?
Professional hygienic surfaces touch point cleaners have complete knowledge in metal disinfect and stainless steel cleaning. In this article, we will share with you how our cleaners cover different surfaces like plastic, metal, and stainless steel.
Why hire a professional cleaner to take care of different surfaces? Because they are a pro. It is about time for you to shop around and give your office the cleaning it deserves. Click this link to know which questions to ask from an office cleaning company. They will know all the best practices on how to take care of you, your employees, and everything that is inside your office.
You may want to review the do’s and don’ts on metal and stainless steel cleaning if you venture with manufacturing companies. Most of their surfaces are made out of these materials. It is useful to equip yourself with knowledge on how you will clean these not only to offer a workplace which is pleasing to the eye but also helping your client extend the life of these surfaces.
For general polishing, you will be surprised to come across with something as simple as water. Water can be used in cleaning metal, but you need to pair it up with a good microfibre cloth.
All you need to do is to fill a spray bottle with tap water and spray the surface a liberal amount on the metal surface. Once done, get the microfibre cloth and wipe the water on the surface from left to right to get rid of the dirt and dust that were seated on the surface.
Using a dry and disinfect microfibre cloth, dry the surface and make sure that you get rid of any moist spots as moisture can attract rust in the future.
Always read labels when it comes to cleaning metal surfaces because metals can be sensitive to cleaning materials. You need to be sure that you are using a non-corrosive chemical to prevent rusting.
Stainless Steel and Metal materials and surfaces are beautiful to look at, but it can catch dirt and dust easily. It tends to get greasy and full of fingerprints.
Have you ever thought why the stainless steel is called stainless steel when all it does is attract stain? First and foremost, let us talk about what stainless steel is made out of. Stainless steel became a trend not only because it looks great, but because of its anti-corrosive properties, meaning, it is durable and is a safe choice for food preparation. Restaurant kitchens are full of stainless steel.
Stainless Steel is made from chromium which explains why the stainless steel is stainless. It forms a chromium oxide that creates a protective film on the steel. That prevents staining and corrosion.
How many people do you know that know stainless steel has a grain to it? The grain is something fundamental that you need to consider before cleaning any stainless steel surface or appliance. You cannot use anything on it that can be regarded as abrasive.
This encompasses all the cleaning products that have any kind of abrasiveness to them. Some cleaning products are good on the surface but leave a residue that will attract other dirt. With stainless steel, microfibre towels are the best.
There are a lot of ways to disinfect your stainless steel properly, and there are a lot of products that you can spend your money on to get it clean and sparkling.
Let us show you how we, as professional commercial cleaners, handle different surfaces. In stainless steel surface you will need:
– 2 microfibre cloths. A wet one and a dry one when to buff.
– Dish soap which you need to add in hot water
– Paper towel
Most of the kitchen materials and surfaces that were used in the office are made out of plastics. These surfaces are splatted continuously with food, sauces, and drinks. If they are not regularly wiped over, they will soon begin to look dirty.
In this section, you will need:
In cleaning upper cabinets, start with the top and work your way down. Spray a little amount of multi-purpose cleaner on the dirty areas. Gently scrub with the abrasive side of the sponge to remove any marks and smudges. Be thorough around the handles as these are where germs can fester. Remove the cleaning product and then wipe dry with the microfibre cloth. Give the surface a final wipe with the paper towel. This will polish to shine without leaving lint.
Spray the multi-purpose cleaner on the work area and scrub the entire surface. Use the other side of the sponge to remove the dirt. Dry it with the microfibre cloth, and then finally buff with the cleaning towel.
Repeat the same pattern to the lower kitchen cabinets. Spray, scrub, wipe, and buff. Pay special attention to the areas which get touched the most and the bottom, which can be often kicked.
As you can clearly see, there are a lot of ways for you to address your dirty surfaces regardless of what material it is made out of. I would love to know which one you like to use. Maybe, you also have one that I did not mention in this article.
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