A Guide To Cleaning Your Dumbwaiter

By Phillip Collins

Published on: 19-06-2018

Health and safety plays a big role in the workplace regardless of the industry, which is why it is important to know how to efficiently clean your dumbwaiter. After all, they are often found in businesses that work with and around food- such as restaurants and hotels- so the last thing you want is a health and safety inspector finding your dumbwaiter in a terrible condition. Read on to find out more…

Steam Device

Since dumbwaiters are often small in size, it can be difficult to ensure that you are reaching every area and cleaning it thoroughly enough, which is why it may be wise to invest in a high-powered steam cleaning device. This method is incredibly hygienic and helps you ensure that every bacteria particle is eradicated so you know that your dumbwaiter is as clean as possible.

Professional

Sometimes it can be very time consuming to ensure that your dumbwaiter is kept in a clean condition, especially if you work in the hospitality industry where the job is extremely fast paced and hectic. Due to this, it may be beneficial to hire a professional cleaner to take care of the work. That way you can place your focus on delivering excellent service with the peace of mind that your dumbwaiter, and kitchen, are in a safe and hygienic condition.

Lift Maintenance

Cleaning your dumbwaiter is an important part of maintenance and servicing. After all, a dirty dumbwaiter can actually cause it to operate at a reduced efficiency and cause you to think that there is a serious problem, when it really just requires a simple wipe down with hot soapy water.

Our dumbwaiter range here at Sheridan Lifts are some of the best on the market and we believe that they can make a real difference to the efficiency of your business, especially if you operate within the service industry. In fact, keeping your dumbwaiters in good condition is an essential aspect of maintenance and elevator responsibility. To find out more information, get in contact with a member of the Sheridan team today!

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