Monthly Archives: November 2013

Tips for Keeping the Galley Clean and Tidy

The galley of a ship can be home to some of the most pleasant smells and some of the most pungent odors. It is the place where food is prepared and memories are made yet nobody likes to clean the galley because messes abound here there and everywhere. Unlike a home kitchen, cooks in a galley are subjected to the … Continue reading

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How to Clean a Commercial Refrigerator

For a restaurant or other food service operations, there’s nothing more important than keeping the refrigeration unit tidy, clean and well maintained. After all, the refrigerator is the heart and soul of any food-based business. There are many different components to keeping a commercial refrigerator clean: –  First, the food must be rotated and culled on a frequent basis so … Continue reading

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How to Care for and Clean a Stainless Steel Sink

Stainless steel sinks are very functional because they don’t chip or stain like porcelain or plastic. However, their sleek and stylish beauty and high quality practicality do come at a cost. Stainless steel sinks can be a pain to keep clean as they easily reveal each and every fingerprint that connects with its surface. The skin basin can also dull … Continue reading

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How to Choose the Best Brush or Broom for Your Project

There are many types of brushes and brooms on the market today. Some are commonplace in homes and businesses, like straw brooms and deck brushes, but others are more specialized for larger projects or business-related applications. While many employees just grab a broom without a second thought, choosing the best broom or brush for the job can take less time, … Continue reading

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