Commercial Kitchen Cleaning for Hotels, Restaurants & Catering Facilities

Kitchen cleaning is one of the most demanding jobs in our industry. It requires a physically strong team with industry knowledge. Our kitchen cleaners have the necessary skills to strip, sanitise and rebuild kitchen equipment when working around gas and electric appliances.

Kitchen Cleaning Contractors

Our cleaning operatives have the necessary skills to strip, sanitise and rebuild kitchen equipment when working around gas and electrical appliances. We understand the need to clean to high standards, leaving you with an immaculate kitchen, essential for hygiene as well as health and safety standards.

  • Wash, Clean and Dry Pots, Pans and Cutlery
  • Wipe down and sanitise all work surfaces
  • Clean and sanitise working apparatus
  • Mop and clean all floors
  • Move and clean appliances
  • Wipe down cooker hoods
  • Check and replace filters
  • Clean food storage facilities inside and out
  • Check and clean microwaves and cooking tools
  • Empty dishwasher, check and clean filters
  • Wipe down and sanitise taps, nozzles and switches

Commercial kitchens must adhere to government regulations which ensure hygiene in food preparation areas (e.g. Food Hygiene Regulations Act 2006).

If you own or operate a commercial kitchen, you are legally required to adhere to current legislations. It is your responsibility to keep your kitchen clean, hygienic and free from harmful bacteria that can lead to contamination of foods, disease, pests, etc.

We work for numerous recognised brands and outlets throughout the London area. Our services are professional, on-time and help to keep your business on track. We clean, you profit.

For intensive cleans, visit our dedicated service page for Kitchen Deep Clean guaranteeing a meticulous deep clean for your commercial kitchen.

Call 01689 853 366 or e-mail getintouch@soclean.co.uk

Kitchen cleaner emptying dishwasher

Kitchen Cleaners covering London, Kent and the Southeast region

Regular Cleaning for Kitchens

So Clean understand how critical it is to maintain commercial kitchens to a high standard of cleanliness and hygiene. Failure to do so can have wide implications and a negative impact on your business.

Commercial Kitchens involved with the preparation of food for consumption by the public, are required by law to adhere to Food Hygiene Regulations. It is the responsibility of the business, to ensure their commercial kitchens are well maintained, cleaned and are hygienic.

So Clean provide a regular kitchen cleaning service, carried out before and after services to ensure you are fully compliant with Food Safety Requirements.

Intensive / Deep Clean Option

In addition to our regular cleaning service, we provide an intensive deep clean kitchen cleaning service. We recommend this is carried out once a quarter for busy kitchens.

Over and above our standard cleaning processes, our deep clean is much more intensive. We move workstations, clean in hard to reach areas, inspect and review filters, ventilation and exhaust systems, filters, machinery etc.

What can’t be seen, often isn’t clean!

We ensure your kitchen is spotlessly clean, ensuring any spot hygiene visits are met with thumbs up, by the food inspector.

Let So Clean maintain High Cleaning Standards in your Kitchens

Cleaner Kitchen Facts for Businesses

Part of complying with food safety regulations is managing food hygiene.

Hazard Analysis and Critical Control Point

You usually have to write a plan based on the HACCP principles if you run a food business. This keeps your food safe from biological, chemical and physical safety hazards.

Food Contact Materials

Materials and packaging that can be reasonably expected to come into contact with food are called ‘food contact materials’. These need managing efficiently during cleaning maintenance.

  • packaging
  • food processing equipment
  • cookware
  • work surfaces

Bacteria and Food Poisoning

To keep food safe from bacteria, you should follow HAACP. Bacteria that cause serious health problems are:

Food Hygiene Training

Employers are responsible for staff hygiene training. It can be either a formal programme or informal training, such as on the job training or self study.

Food Allergies

If you are a food retailer or caterer you need to manage food allergies when preparing and selling food.

Get in touch with So Clean

Interested in discussing a cleaning contract for your Commercial Kitchens? Please fill in the enquiry form below and we will be in touch to discuss options.

Note: We do NOT offer any domestic kitchen cleaning

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