When was the last time that your restaurant shelving was cleaned? It’s advised that it’s cleaned at least once a month, and then as needed in case there are spills. Cleaning restaurant shelving only takes a little bit of time, but it keeps the attention of the health inspectors at bay.
To clean restaurant shelving, you won’t need more than a bucket, some sponges, and a bit of detergent. Combine that with elbow grease and an attention to detail and you'll have them shiny again in no time.
First, clean off your restaurant shelving and place all items to the side. Then, take a wet sponge which has been soaked in a solution with mild detergent and thoroughly wipe down the shelves. Pay special attention as needed to those hard to clean places. Wire shelving may need a small brush to get hard-to-reach areas if there was a spill.
When satisfied, towel everything dry and put the items back onto the shelves. Since you have everything off anyway, this makes the perfect opportunity to get rid of unnecessary items.
Cleaning the shelves is quite easy. All it takes is a little elbow grease and you’re ready to go. And you can catch that strange leaking can shoved in the back of your inventory before the health inspector does.