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Complete Kitchen Cleaning is as easy as 1, 2, 3

It’s a fact that commercial kitchens can get very dirty. Surfaces need to be regularly cleaned and sanitised, equipment needs to be washed so it’s free from contamination and floors need to be clean and dry to prevent slippages. With a multitude of activities taking place in a kitchen at once, it’s easy to see why cleaning can be missed if there’s no proper cleaning system in place.

Now that spring has sprung, ‘spring cleaning’ might be on your mind, and although a deep clean is essential in catering establishments, why not also use spring as a time to review and refresh your cleaning system?

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Keep your kitchen clean all year round

Clean and simple: a series of blogs from Cleanline expert Rod Hale.

We asked our Cleanline expert ‘how can caterers get the best performance from their regular cleaning products?’

And here’s what he told us…

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Air, ambience & atmosphere

Clean and simple: a series of blogs from Cleanline expert Rod Hale.

We asked our Cleanline expert ‘How can a hotel create ambience and atmosphere using air care products?’

And here’s what he told us… 

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Scores on the Doors

Clean and simple: a series of blogs from Cleanline expert Rod Hale.

We asked our Cleanline expert ‘What is ‘Scores on the Doors’ and how does it affect customer perception of a caterer’s business?’

And here’s what he told us…

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New ‘How To’ videos from exclusive brand Cleanline

As part of our commitment to providing added value to our customers, we have just uploaded 3 new videos to our collection of Cleanline ‘How To’ videos on YouTube. Cleanline is our exclusive brand range of professional cleaning products designed specifically for operators in the catering and hospitality industry, and includes cleaning products available as ready-to-use, regular concentrate or super concentrates with dosing systems.

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Why do dirty tables cause your diners to leave?

A recent study completed by guest experience management company HospitalityGEM revealed the top 10 guest grievances from diners*. Up at number 4 was unclean tables from a previous occupant.

Unless there are no other tables available, it’s highly unlikely that customers would choose to sit at a table covered in piles of plates, glasses and used napkins, but they could choose a table that looks clear but is actually still dirty.

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Catering Equipment Expo 2015

The Catering Equipment Expo 2015

Bunzl Catering Supplies’ key partner suppliers will be exhibiting at the Catering Equipment Expo, the UK’s largest dedicated catering equipment show, at Wembley Stadium on Wednesday 16th September.

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Cleanline Website Overview

Safety Data Sheets (SDS) for chemicals

SDS are a document containing information on potential hazards (health, fire, reactivity and environmental) associated with a chemical product and how to use it safely. Most people know them as ‘Safety Data Sheets’ or simply ‘COSHH Sheets’. Although we all know they’re important, many of us don’t know why.

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Cleanline e-learning website video guide – COSHH

Cleanline COSHH Training

The first of three video guides for the new Cleanline e-learning website.

The Cleanline COSHH training and product resource website is a free e-learning tool for customers using Cleanline Professional for daily cleaning tasks.
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COSHH – an industry insight

Bunzl Catering Supplies has conducted extensive market research with *operators across the hospitality, leisure, travel, healthcare, education and contract catering sectors. The survey aimed to obtain valuable insight from operators into how they currently conduct Control of Substances Hazardous to Health (COSHH) awareness training for employees, whilst also assessing their awareness of the new Classification, Labelling & Packaging (CLP) legislation which came into force in June.
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A simple overview of COSHH

Our expert from the Cleanline Professional team, Rod Hale explains what COSHH is via a YouTube video. COSHH stands for Control Of Substances Hazardous to Health and most Catering and Hospitality businesses will include COSHH training as part of their staff development programme.

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