Commercial Kitchen Cleaning
A kitchen deep clean is a thorough and comprehensive cleaning process that goes beyond the regular daily or weekly cleaning routines in your kitchen. It involves detailed attention to all surfaces, equipment, and areas in a kitchen to ensure a high level of hygiene and cleanliness. A kitchen deep clean helps to maintain a safe and sanitary food preparation environment, comply with health and safety regulations, and extend the lifespan of kitchen equipment.
A kitchen deep clean can also often include Ultra Low Volume Fogging although we discuss the exact processes undertaken with each client before we do the clean to ensure a tailored solution for your kitchen.
Kitchen Deep Cleans are ideal for hotel and restaurant kitchens, school, hospital and office canteens, mobile food units and can often form part of an end of tenancy clean for letting agents and landlords.
Below is a general overview of how a kitchen deep clean is typically undertaken.
Dry cleaning surfaces to remove loose dirt, dust, and debris.
Sweep or vacuum floors.
Dust and wipe down shelves, cabinets, and other surfaces.
Disassemble and clean removable parts of equipment, such as grills, ovens, fryers, and refrigerators.
Clean and sanitise these components separately.
Clean the interior and exterior of appliances, including ovens, microwaves and refrigerators.
Degrease and clean oven hoods and exhaust fans.
Clean and sanitise countertops, prep tables, and other surfaces.
Remove any built-up grease and grime from walls, tiles, and backsplashes.
Clean and sanitise sinks and taps.
Scrub and mop the floors with a degreasing cleaner.
Pay attention to corners and hard-to-reach areas.
Clean and sanitise ventilation ducts and exhaust fans.
Ensure that ventilation systems are free of grease buildup.
Clean and sanitise dishwashing sinks and trays.
Descale and clean the dishwasher.
Clean and organise storage areas, removing any expired or unused items.
Wipe down shelves and storage racks.
Inspect for signs of pests and take necessary measures for pest control.
Clean and sanitise small kitchen tools, utensils, and equipment.
Pay attention to items that may be overlooked in daily cleaning routines.