Keeping your commercial or industrial space clean can be challenging, but with the right techniques, you can ensure everything in your work space is as clean as possible. In particular, if you have machinery, appliances or other items made of stainless steel, there are specific strategies that can help you clean them. Check out these essential items you need:
1. Cleaning paste
Don't clean your stainless steel or other metals with liquid. Instead, use paste. Because it isn't fluid, you don't risk spills or drips and don't have to worry about the floor getting full of stainless steel cleaner. Instead, you just need to dip in your cloth and smooth the paste onto the stainless steel.
Unfortunately, the cleaners you use to scrub many metals can be dangerous on your skin. To protect yourself and your employees, have gloves available to wear while you are cleaning.
3. Vinyl Scrubby
A vinyl scrubby allows you to agitate built-up debris from off your stainless steel, and it is better than steel wool because it won't scratch off the finish on your metal.
However, if you want to remove a small scratch in your stainless steel, you can gently rub that scratch with steel metal -- rub in the direction of the grain of the metal until you have erased the scratch.
4. Soft Cloth
Once you have finished removing dirt and built-up grime from your stainless steel using the vinyl scrubby, you need to shine your stainless steel using a soft cloth. Scrub in small circles until the cleaner is well applied. Rinse with water as directed and remember to fully wipe off the cleaner to guard against streaks.
5. Dish Soap
Although there are a wide range of commercial cleaners designed for stainless steel, dish shop can work incredibly well. Simply, drop a few drops into some warm water and apply it to your stainless steel. Its most important quality is that it cuts grease and oil, which may be likely to build up on metal in industrial environments in particular.
6. Professional Cleaning Crew
If you want to ensure your stainless steel is as clean as possible, consider hiring a professional cleaning crew. You can find cleaners who specialise in cleaning your type of business.
For example, there are cleaners who specialise in cleaning medical clinics, industrial facilities or office buildings. There are also commercial cleaning services willing to handle small or one-time jobs -- for example, you could hire a cleaning company to do seasonal cleanings of all of your stainless steel equipment.