Kitchen Surface Cleaners

Kitchen Surface Cleaners: Creating a hygienic environment

Maintaining a clean and hygienic kitchen is crucial in hospitality environments, where food safety and customer satisfaction are top priorities, and a kitchen surface cleaner is an essential tool for this.

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Jantex Kitchen Cleaner and Sanitiser 5 Litre

SKU: CF969
Availability: Next Day
£8.14 ex VAT
Pack Size 0
£8.14 ex VAT

Contents: 1 x 5Ltr

Contents: 1 x 5Ltr

Jantex Multi Purpose Orange Based Citrus Cleaner and Degreaser 750ml

SKU: GG184
Availability: Next Day
£2.23 ex VAT
Pack Size 0
£2.23 ex VAT

Contents: 1 x 750ml

Contents: 1 x 750ml

Jantex Kitchen Cleaner and Sanitiser 750ml

SKU: CF968
Availability: Next Day
£1.94 ex VAT
Pack Size 0
£1.94 ex VAT

Contents: 1 x 750ml

Contents: 1 x 750ml

Jantex Orange Based Citrus Cleaner and Degreaser 5 Litre

SKU: GG937
Availability: Next Day
£13.26 ex VAT
Pack Size 0
£13.26 ex VAT

Contents: 1 x 5Ltr

Contents: 1 x 5Ltr

Suma D10 Cleaner Disinfectant 1.5 Litre (Pack of 4)

SKU: GC398
Availability: Discontinued
 
Pack Size 4
 

Contents: 4 x 1.5Ltr

Contents: 4 x 1.5Ltr

Winterhalter Concentrated C25 Kitchen Sanitizer 2 Litre (Pack of 2)

SKU: DE512
Availability: Discontinued
 
Pack Size 0
 

Contents: 2 x 2Ltr

Contents: 2 x 2Ltr

Mr Muscle Kitchen Cleaner Lemon Fresh 750ml

SKU: GH492
Availability: Awaiting Stock
 
Pack Size 0
 

Contents: 1 x 750ml

Contents: 1 x 750ml

What is the best thing to clean kitchen surfaces with?

There are several cleaners, each with benefits for your kitchen worktops. Multipurpose cleaners are universal options that tackle various cleaning tasks, making them suitable for everyday use. Antibacterial cleaners are specifically formulated to eliminate harmful bacteria and ensure a hygienic kitchen environment. Grease-cutting cleaners target stubborn grease and grime, which is particularly useful for surfaces prone to grease buildup, such as stovetops and range hoods. Natural cleaners utilise plant-based ingredients for those seeking eco-friendly options without compromising effectiveness.

When selecting a kitchen cleaner, it's important to consider the key ingredients. Effective grease and dirt removers are essential for a thorough cleaning. Look for ingredients known for their grease-cutting properties, such as citrus extracts or surfactants. Antibacterial agents, such as benzalkonium chloride or hydrogen peroxide, protect against bacteria. Opt for safe and non-toxic cleaners, free from harsh chemicals like ammonia, bleach, or phthalates, to ensure the safety of both users and surfaces. Also, choose cleaners with fragrance options that enhance your cleaning experience without overwhelming your and your guest's senses.

Targeted cleaning challenges in hospitality kitchens

Hospitality kitchens face specific cleaning challenges due to the high volume of food preparation and traffic. Grease and grime removal is a primary concern. Deep cleaning techniques are necessary to remove fat buildup on stovetops, range hoods, and cooking equipment. Utilising powerful degreasers can cut through tough oil and ensure a clean and safe working environment.

Food residue and stain removal are also critical in hospitality kitchens. Different surfaces, such as countertops, floors, and tiles, may require surface-specific stain removal techniques. It's essential to identify speciality stain removers designed to target specific stains commonly found in hospitality kitchens, such as coffee or wine.

Sanitisation and disinfection are paramount in ensuring food safety. Proper sanitation techniques should be implemented, and selecting cleaners that meet regulatory requirements for sanitising surfaces, equipment, and utensils is vital. Compliance with food safety standards is necessary to maintain a hygienic environment.

Special considerations

How do you clean laminate and matt worktops?

When selecting a kitchen cleaner for laminate/matt, look for mild, non-abrasive, ammonia-free, pH-balanced, water-based formulations or follow the manufacturer's recommendations for approved cleaning products.

What about wood?

Wood requires gentle cleaning techniques to protect its natural finish. It's important to use cleaners specifically formulated for wood, avoiding harsh chemicals that may damage or discolour the wood. Discover safe and effective cleaning methods for wooden kitchen covers, including cabinets, cutting boards, and tables.

Tips for shiny surfaces

Knowing how to use your cleaner is crucial for the best cleanliness possible. Brush up your spray technique to cover every inch of your surface smoothly and completely. How you wipe matters, too, in the cleaning process. Try methods like circular movements or straight strokes to find what works best.

Kitchen cleaners at Smart Hospitality Supplies

By getting a good handle on the various kinds of kitchen cleaners, what goes into them, and how they tackle different cleaning issues, you can confidently pick the right ones to make your commercial kitchen shine.

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