Our Kitchen Cleaning Guide with Clover Chemicals has been developed to make it easier to professionally clean kitchens with Clover kitchen cleaning products
As a professional cleaner, you need kitchen cleaning products that really work at an affordable price. Clover Chemicals’ kitchen cleaning products are formulated for the professional cleaning market to provide great value and outstanding results for both everyday cleaning tasks as well as for those really tough jobs. Our kitchen cleaning guide uses Clover Chemicals as we’ve tried and tested the Clover products and we’ve loved the results.
Our professional Kitchen Cleaning Guide
At a glance, you can determine which product to use for each job and how to apply that particular product.
Our handy guide will show you the best Clover cleaning chemical for each job you’ll come across during kitchen cleaning tasks, including products for degreasing, sanitising and descaling. With such a range of dirt and grime which can accumulate in both domestic and commercial kitchens, it can be difficult to know which product to use for each job.
Our guide highlights the best product for each cleaning job, along with the dilution rate, how to apply the product and which surfaces the product can and cannot be used on.
The kitchen cleaning guide is also available in PDF format, which can also be downloaded, printed and put up in the place of work, eg. the restaurant kitchen or food preparation area, so that employees have a permanent guide to refer to as to how to use each cleaning product they may use to clean the kitchen. They can also determine the dilution rate of each product, which can cut down on wastage of the cleaning products being used.
Please use our Kitchen Cleaning Guide with Clover Chemicals guide with care – We cannot take responsibility for any injury or damage caused by following our tips.
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|Product||Usage||Application||For use on||Do not use on||Dilution|
|Degreasing & Cleaning floors & surfaces||All wet-cleanable surfaces||-||Light dirt: 1 part product to 100 parts water|
Heavy dirt: 1 part product to 100 parts water
Hardened dirt: Use undiluted
|Descaling||Taps, sinks, worktops, tiles, floors||Marble, limestone, enamel||Undiluted|
|Sanitise food prep. areas - Safe to use where food is prepared or stored - Allow 5 mins contact time||Surfaces, walls, floors||-||1 part product to 80 parts water|
|Stainless steel cleaning - Fridge doors, extractor hood etc.||Stainless steel||-||Undiluted|
|Manual washing up||All wet-cleanable crockery, cutlery, glasses, cookware||-||1 part product to 800 parts water|
|Dishwasher detergent||All wet-cleanable crockery, cutlery, glasses, cookware||-||4ml product per litre of water|
|Oven, hob, griddle etc. degreasing & cleaning||Oven, hob, griddle etc.||Zinc, aluminium, alkali sensitive surfaces||Undiluted|
|Glass Cleaner||Windows, glass fridge doors, vdu screens, aluminium etc.||-||Undiluted|
|Appliance descaling||Kettles, steamers, dishwasher, bain marie, stainless steel pipework||Heavy scale - Undiluted|
Medium scale - 1 part product to 50 parts water
Light scale - 1 part product to 100 parts water
FRESH WILD LEMON
|Bin disinfecting & deodorising - Allow 5 mins contact time||Wet cleanable surfaces to be disinfected||-||1 part product to 30 parts water|
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Kitchen cleaning routine
It is a good idea to plan your cleaning routine, especially in larger commercial kitchens where time is of the essence.
Having a well-thought-out cleaning strategy will help you to get each job done safely, effectively and quickly.
Things to think about before you start cleaning
- Clover Chemicals are for professional use only
- Always read the cleaning product’s label before use, paying attention to any cautions
- Never mix chemicals
- Be sure to wear suitable protective clothing and gloves
- Place ‘Cleaning in Progress’ safety floor signs around the whole area
- A good cleaning plan should allow time for any chemicals which need prolonged contact time, such as disinfectants or oven cleaners
- When cleaning any room, you should start at the top (ceilings, extractor hoods, walls, doors) and work downwards towards the floor
- You may have to dilute some of your kitchen cleaning chemicals and decant into spray/ application bottles- Give yourself time to do this. Remember to mark your spray bottles with the diluted cleaning solutions so that you know what each one is
- Be sure to have plenty of cleaning cloths at hand
Our kitchen cleaning routine
- Wash up or load the dishwasher if necessary – Put clean plates, glasses and pans away before cleaning commences
- Clean the ceiling( if necessary), tiled walls, doors, cabinets etc. ( don’t forget the tops of doors where dust and dirt can gather)
- Empty and clean inside cabinets (if necessary) clean cabinet doors and the bottom of wall-mounted cabinets
- Clean worktops – Use your food safe cleaning solution in any areas where food is prepared or stored
- Empty and clean out fridges
- Clean ovens, griddles and hobs
- Clean the sink and drainage area
- Empty, clean out and disinfect bins
- Clean the floor – Allow the floor to dry fully before removing the ‘Cleaning in Progress’ safety floor signs