Cleaning Commercial Kitchen Floors

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Cleaning Interior Facilities FAQs

How to clean tile and grout surfaces with Alconox®:
Examples: Floors, stairs and sidewalks.

  1. Add 2/3 cup of Alconox® detergent to 4 gallons of warm water
    (See Table 2).
  2. Mop or brush surface.
  3. Rinse and wipe dry.
  4. Use Alconox detergent every time you clean.

How to clean tile and grout surfaces with Alcojet®:
Examples: Floors, stairs and sidewalks.

  1. Use 2 Tbsp Alcojet® per gallon of hot water.
  2. Using a mop or deck brush, clean floors using the Alcojet solution until soil is gone.
  3. Rinse by mopping with fresh water.

How to clean tile and grout surfaces with Liquinox®:
Examples: Floors, stairs and sidewalks.

  1. Add 2/3 cup of Liquinox® detergent to 4 gallons of warm water
    (See Table 2).
  2. Mop or brush surface.
  3. Rinse and wipe dry.

How to clean floors exposed to raw or cooked proteins with Tergazyme®:

  1. Make a fresh solution of Tergazyme® using 2/3 cup in 4 gallons of warm water (See Table 2). For effective cleaning only use warm water, NOT hot water, to avoid having the hot water degrade the enzyme. Tergazyme® solution should be made fresh daily.
  2. Scrub surfaces thoroughly. For heavy residue, let Tergazyme solution sit on floors for 20 minutes.
  3. Scrub any remaining tough spots.
  4. Rinse thoroughly with tap water.
  5. Dry thoroughly.

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