Your Guide to Cleaning Restaurant Appliances

There’s a fair argument that a restaurant is only as good as its appliances. After all, even the best chefs will struggle to cook up great meals if ovens, fryers, and everything else are breaking down or immensely dirty. As such, it’s important to ensure that restaurant appliances are kept clean. It should come as no surprise that doing so is much easier said than done.

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Pizza ovens and other pieces of equipment will often suffer build-ups of carbon, food debris, grease, and more. Cleaning off these build-ups can be immensely difficult. You can buy wire brushes and the like at the local dollar store, but trying to manually scrap everything off is going to require a lot of elbow grease.

Fortunately, there are many commercial-grade cleaners that you can use to tackle cleaning kitchen appliances. These solutions are often a lot more powerful than what the average consumer picks up at the store. Still, you’ll typically have to let these commercial-grade solutions sit or soak on the appliances for at least a few hours.

While working with these chemicals, it’s wise to wear eye protection and consider a mask. The chemicals are quite strong. That said, they are also very effective for cutting through grease, carbon, and most other things. This means it’ll be much easier for you to make your appliances shine.