Right now, the hospitality industry is taking hygiene and sanitization more seriously than ever. And that’s saying a lot. They already took it incredibly seriously. More seriously than pretty much everyone but surgeons.
But cleanliness has been thrust front and center in 2020. That’s why we reached out to our friends and family in the food and drink industry. We wanted to know what they’ve been using, or plan to use, to stay on top of their business’s hygiene. We also read and reread guidelines from the federal and local governments, The Food Safety and Inspection Service (FSIS), the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA), the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), and the National Restaurants Association (NRA).
After many conversations and much research, these are the items that, as a whole, people found most effective and most useful.
We broke it up into a few different categories. Take a gander.
Commercial Restaurant Cleaning Supplies: Our Picks
Sanitizing Equipment and Supplies
Windows, Walls, and Ceilings
Gloves and Hand Brushes
Restaurant Grill Cleaning Supplies
Restaurant Table Cleaning Supplies
Restaurant Floor Cleaning Supplies
Restaurant Cleaning Supplies: Achieved
The commercial restaurant cleaning supplies listed here isn’t everything you need. But you can get pretty darn close to everything with what we’ve listed here. Your physical space and business have unique needs, of course. So use what’s listed here as a starting point.
If you have all of these restaurant kitchen cleaning supplies on hand, in healthy quantities, you’ll be prepared for almost anything. Good luck out there.
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