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Thursday's Ask the Experts: Contract Cleaning

June 03, 2010
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Thursday''s Ask the Experts question from a cleaning professional on the International Custodial Advisors Network (ICAN) "Ask the Experts" page: We have been asked to clean the ceramic floors, ceramic tile walls, and freezer floors, in the food prep area in the restaurant in the airport. There is a catch - a two hour turn around time, between lessees, in which to accomplish the task. The area is about 40 x 60 with a number of tiled walls dividing food prep areas. We can do this, but were wondering if there was a good cleaning product on the market that could be used to remove the grease buildup up quickly in the food prep environment? Also, one of the freezers floors is badly worn and rusted and needs some TLC. Any ideas on what would be the best products to use on this?
The answer:
If you have access to a truckmount with high temperature water and a hard floor tool, this should go quickly. Where needed, apply any properly diluted degreaser, let it sit for a bit, and then rinse the floor with hot water at about 1200 psi. The hot water will clean the freezer floor nicely, even the rusted areas. The vacuum will leave the floor dry, but the rusted areas will not improve in appearance, nor should anyone expect that.
If you cannot go with this, use a rotary floor machine...
Lynn E. Krafft, ICAN/ATEX Editor
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