Kitchens can be the most time consuming areas to clean. Many times it’s necessary to clean appliances such as refrigerators and ovens inside/out.
Also the type of chemicals used as in pH ranges from acidic for sinks to alkaline for ovens. Our our maid service and janitorial service divisions have cleaned many residential and commercial kitchens learning what works via experience and science.
As always you must understand how pH affects cleaning and why many people clean with the wrong chemicals making the job harder. Here are the basics again:
If you need to clean the inside of your refrigerator don’t waste time cleaning around stuff – instead:
I could go on and on but the point is if the appliance has racks/shelves/turning plate/etc – remove them and clean separately.
For all kitchens we use a commercial grade disinfectant that is QUAT based. QUATS are the gold standard for cleaning hospitals and commercial kitchen floors. Our product of choice is Spartan Chemical DMQ but there are other cleaning products that are QUAT based as well. Skip the bleach because it’s old junk from the 50’s and really doesn’t disinfect properly.