Best practices for optimal outcomes.
The longer the cleaning time, the more thorough the cleaning.
Cleaning time can be accelerated by increased agitation, temperature,
and by the use of a more aggressive detergent.
In general, higher-temperature cleaning solutions result in better cleaning. The cleaning speed doubles with every increase of 20 ̊F (10 ̊C)
Place items to maximize surface-contact with the detergent solution.
Avoid stacking items against each other
The detergent should match the cleaning method, the surface, and
types of soils being cleaned.
Detergents should be manufactured according to appropriate quality-
control procedures and should be economical to use.
Establish a clean storage place to maintain cleanliness.
Use room temperature, warm, or hot tap water. For large or vertical
surfaces, rinse thoroughly with clean water soaked cloth.
In machine cleaning, after washing there should be at least three rinse
Physically remove rinse water or use evaporation.
Wiping a surface dry will eliminate the rinse water before it has a
chance to evaporate; this helps prevent water spots and possible
corrosion. Letting surfaces air dry can cause water spots.