If you own a restaurant in a touristy part of Central Florida, business is likely good… which usually also means more cleaning is involved. Follow these tips to make sure your restaurant (and its reputation) stay spotless.
Don’t Skimp on Cleaning
In restaurants, it’s as important to clean what the customers see as it is to clean what they don’t see. Keep seating areas, bathrooms and entrances pristine, and disinfect that kitchen thoroughly: it can be very bad for business if someone gets sick from your food. Try finding a cleaning checklist online for guidance, or make your own list that your employees have easy access to.
Schedule Your Cleaning Logically
Sometimes you don’t have time to clean things daily, which is fine: not everything needs to be. Ovens, for example, can generally be cleaned once a week, and freezers are usually fine for about a month. Don’t forget about …Read More