Cleaning Sprays & Fluids
Whether you're working in a heavy-industrial environment or a domestic setting, maintaining hygiene and cleanliness is highly important. Not only for the health, safety, well being of yourself and others, but also to ensure that all machines and systems involved continue to work to the best of their ability.
Types of Cleaning Sprays and Fluids
Formulated around solvents that dissolve stubborn adhesive ingredients, these cleaners can remove substances such as glues, labels, wax, and gum from various materials.
Cannisters of compressed gas used to remove dust, dirt and airborne debris from equipment, electronics, and hard-to-reach areas. Typically used to clean computer fans, circuit boards, computer keyboards and laptops, air dusters are ideal for cleaning sensitive equipment as they do not produce any moisture.
For stubborn substances or stains such as greases, lubricants, and oils, Degreasers, sometimes referred to as solvent cleaners, are used to get grease off of surfaces including grill backsplashes, counter tops, and oven tops. In the past, degreasers like white spirit or methylated spirits were often utilized. To avoid chemical contamination, the majority of food enterprises today work to use non-fuming and non-toxic degreasers in the processes. You can use them along with cleaning sprays to make your life easy with cleaning.
Disinfectants and Sanitizers
For cleaning and sanitizing an area or surface, these products introduce high concentrates of chemicals designed to remove bacteria and viruses. These may be chemicals to specifically kill certain types of micro-organisms or to target a smaller range of diseases, and can be liquid or air-based, depending on the specific requirements of each situation.
Using a combination of chemicals that are commonly used for different appliances, multi-purpose cleaners are compatible with a wide range of surfaces and/or devices (always read the manual or instructions to ensure compatibility).
One of the simplest elements of car maintenance, screen wash is designed to remove road grime, bugs, and dirt to maintain a clean and clear windscreen while driving.
In both domestic and commercial kitchens, cleaning detergent is among the most popular kind of cleaning agent. They function by dissolving soil or dirt, making it simple to wash away. They are capable of delivering highly effective results as cleaning sprays. The detergent used in restaurant kitchens are mostly petroleum-based synthetic detergents that may be found in powder, gel, liquid, or crystal form.
How to handle cleaning products properly
All staff in the food industry should get the required training on chemical dangers, safe product handling techniques, and what personal protective equipment should be worn while handling the product. Keeping chemicals away from food and any equipment that could come into touch with it. After usage, janitorial instruments including brushes, mops, and other items should be cleaned and sanitized before being stored in a secure location.
Why should you use cleaning fluids instead of detergent?
A kitchen that is free of germs requires more than just cleaning. Detergent is used for cleaning; however, it doesn't eliminate germs or other microbes that might lead to food poisoning. S