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Cleaning with Professional Microfiber – Restaurant Checklist

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Cleaning with Professional Microfiber – Restaurant Checklist

September 08
00:06 2020
Cleaning with Professional Microfiber - Restaurant Checklist

Philadelphia, PA – September 7, 2020 – We thought it would be a good idea to share how our wholesale microfiber products can help keep your restaurant clean in a post-COVID environment. A one-sheet with microfiber care and cleaning instructions will be published shortly. To receive your copy please email us to and let us know. We’ll put you on the list.

Weekly Restaurant & Bar Cleaning

Clean from high to low to avoid re-working areas due to falling debris.

Dust ceiling fixtures and check for cobwebs/dust build-up on the ceiling.
Dust vents, windows, walls (art, lights, sills, etc.)

Recommended Tools: Dusting wand with chenille cover, pole.
Necessary Tools: Standard microfiber cloth with pole.

Wash glass windows and mirrors with disinfectant glass cleaner.
Wash walls, if necessary.

Recommended Tools: Wall washing pad, trowel, pole
Necessary Tools: Microfiber glass cloth (use with mop frame to reach high spots).

Dust low-touch customer-level furniture, bar-backs, fixtures, and decor.
Wash low-touch customer-level furniture, bar-backs, fixtures, and decor.
Polish wood and metalwork if dull.

Recommended Tools: Microfiber cloths for dusting and washing. Use according to color-code guide. Use EPA-approved disinfectant and material-appropriate polish (e.g. wood polish).

Daily Restaurant & Bar Cleaning

Wipe and disinfect tables, hard seating surfaces, and tabletop accompaniments (e.g. salt & pepper, table-tents)
Wipe and disinfect hostess stations and waiting areas
Clean and disinfect wait-stations, menus, and condiments.
Clean and disinfect all trashcans and recycling areas.

Recommended Tools: Microfiber cloths used according to color-coding guide. EPA approved disinfectant.

Hourly, As-Needed, & Between Every Guest Seating

Disinfect all high-touch areas, including door handles, menus, condiments, tables, and tabletop accompaniments (e.g., salt & pepper, table-tents).

Recommended Tools: Microfiber cloths used according to color-coding guide. EPA approved disinfectant.

About Monarch Brands:

With roots established in 1947, Monarch Brands delivers high quality and value-priced textiles from manufacturers around the world. By leveraging deep sourcing relationships and purchasing power, Monarch Brands works with distributors to design hospitality programs that work for each client.

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Company Name: Monarch Brands
Contact Person: Andrew Moore
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Phone: (215) 482-6100 x332
Country: United States
Website: https://www.monarchbrands.com/