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Cleaning the Ceiling and Air Ventilator - how to clean restaurant dishes

by:Two Eight     2019-08-26
Cleaning the Ceiling and Air Ventilator  -  how to clean restaurant dishes
When you say clean and keep all areas of the workplace clean, it should mean everything.
This should include not only the floors and walls, but also one of the areas where the kitchen is most easily overlooked-the ceiling and air vents.
Materials required to clean the ceiling and air vents include ladders, ceiling brooms, hand brushes, cleaning agents, cleaning cloth and water for flushing.
You also need goggles and gloves to protect your eyes and hands.
Air ventilation, you need to use a ladder, so make sure it is very strong and stable to prevent any accidents or accidents.
The first thing you need to do is remove the air ventilator from the ceiling.
After all, it is much easier to clean the air ventilator when it is removed.
Wet the hand brush or wash pad with clear water and pour a small amount of detergent.
Do not use too much detergent as it will make it difficult to rinse.
Also, you will waste water, detergent and money if you do so.
Gently but thoroughly clean all areas of the air vent with a wet hand brush or scrub pad to ensure dirt and dust are removed.
After completion, rinse with clear water to ensure that there is no trace of residual detergent on the air ventilator.
After that, wipe the air ventilator thoroughly with a clean cloth.
Before cleaning the ceiling, however, ensure kitchen equipment, appliances, units, items, etc.
Protect with cloth.
You should also protect the counter, oven, grill, anything that really needs protection, whether it's dust and dirt from the ceiling or dripping water.
Also, you should always clean the ceiling before cleaning the walls and floors to save money, energy and time.
Also, make sure you wear goggles and gloves before cleaning the ceiling.
Goggles will protect your eyes from any drops of water that may fall on your face, and gloves will protect your hands from detergent.
As for the ceiling itself, you need a ladder to getto-
Reach the area as well as the ceiling broom to remove the spider web.
You can also use a vacuum brush to reduce the risk of spider webs or dirt falling on any surface below.
Next, wet the clean cloth with water and detergent, squeeze hard to remove the excess liquid, and scrub the ceiling.
Make sure there are no drops of water on the wall, any surface below or on the floor.
After that, wipe the ceiling with a dry cloth.
When you have finished cleaning the ceiling, be sure to reassemble the air ventilator and put it back on the ceiling.
Finally, sort out the area.
This includes wiping any drops of water that may drop from the ceiling or any surface below.
This also includes wiping out any water or detergent dripping from the ceiling.
However, cleaning the ceiling is not a daily activity, nor is it an activity that needs to be cleaned after work.
However, the ceiling should be cleaned regularly in order to avoid the build-up of dirt, dust and cobwebs.
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