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Five Tips for Slippery Floors in Restaurants

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You've spent a fortune on non skid shoes trying to keep your employees safe, but did you know there are a few great tips that can create non slip floor tiles, affordably and easily?

Food preparation and dining areas are notoriously slippery in restaurants due to grease buildup that occurs. Daily routines that are designed to combat this condition are often created with good intentions, but implemented in a way that can leave you with a slip hazard on your hands. Here are five tricks you can use to beat that greasy floor:

1.Use a separate mop for dining areas and kitchen areas – All too often a good intentioned employee mops the kitchen and dining areas with the same mop. The grease trapped in the mop from the kitchen will deposit itself on any surface that it comes in contact with. Hang two mops in the mop bucket closet and make it clear where each mop is to be used.

2.Wash mop heads after each use – Have clean, ready-to-use mop heads in the mop closet, and a basket where soiled mop heads are to be placed.

3.Use a cleaner/degreaser treatment daily in heavy grease areas – A daily deep clean with a cleaner/degreaser will emulsify the grease layer, stripping it off of the tile. If you have heavy grease do this daily!

4.Use a specialized cleaner/degreaser in your mop water – Using the right solution in your mop water is key. If you are using anything that contains soap surfactants you are doing more harm than good. This cleaner/degrease is engineered for restaurant floors with an emphasis on slip resistance.

5.Treat the tile – Tile that is greasy and/or slippery when wet can be treated to create anti slip flooring without altering the look of the tile. This is not a non slip tile coating, but rather a liquid that creates a reaction on the surface of the tile causing micro-abrasion. This anti slip treatment process occurs in just a few minutes, and then the product is rinsed completely away. The abrasion is invisible to the naked eye, but will improve friction in any tile or stone flooring.

Make the days when you worried about patrons and staff falling due to slippery floors a distant memory. Use these few easy steps to reduce slip and fall hazards in your restaurant!

For more information on these or other unique non-slip products visit our website: www.slipresistantsolutions.com



 

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