Commercial kitchens—those in restaurants, hotels, large corporate offices, schools, hospitals and similar places—get a tremendous workout every day. Hospitals, for example, might feed hundreds of people three meals a day, and that kind of activity is hard on features like vents, countertops, floors and appliances. The accumulation of dirt and grease happens fast and if not cleaned properly (and regularly) can lead to illness and even fires.
Topics: Kitchen Cleaning
If you watch your fair share of television, you’ve probably noticed a few reality TV series centered around exposing dirty kitchens and bars, and giving them a makeover. On the show Kitchen Nightmares, for example, host Gordon Ramsay inspects every inch of a restaurant’s kitchen looking for mold, grease buildup, bacteria, and other nasty germs.