Maintenance Tips

Maintenance Tips

  1. Safety and Commercial Slicers: Steps You Can Take

    Commercial slicers are a necessity for commercial kitchens. With them, however, come certain risks. While most slicers have safety features built-in, there are steps you can take to protect yourself, employees, and the slicer itself.

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  2. Cleaning Your Commercial Waffle Maker

    As mentioned in our Waffle Makers Buying Guide, the biggest difference that the material used to make the irons in a waffle machine will make is in cleaning.

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  3. Cleaning Your Commercial Ice Cream Machine

    Ice cream is perfection.

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  4. Infograph: Extend the Life of Your Boos Block

    For your convenience, we put together this easy-to-read, easy-to-follow infograph describing all the steps you'll need to take to keep your John Boos butcher blocks and cutting boards lasting for years to come!

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  5. 5 Tips for Cleaning Your Commercial Oven

    We all have tasks we avoid.

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  6. How to Clean Your Commercial Outdoor Grill

    We love the taste of deliciously grilled foods!

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  7. Preventative Actions to Keep Pests Out of Your Kitchen

    Pest sightings at your foodservice establishment can result in a food inspection violation and destroy customer trust. To prevent this, there are steps you can take. You can:

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  8. Tips for Commercial Refrigeration Maintenance

    “Most refrigerator failures can be traced directly to neglect of routine and minimal attention.”1 It’s time to give your refrigerator, freezer, prep table, undercounter, reach-in, merchandiser, etc. some TLC.

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  9. How to Extend the Life of Your John Boos Block

    When you buy a John Boos cutting board or butcher block, you can expect to receive a carefully crafted, great quality product. A product that you can consistently use for years without replacing. However, you’ll want to follow a consistent care and maintenance schedule to prolong the life of your unit.

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  10. 10 Tips to Extend the Life of Your Walk-In Cooler or Freezer

    With temperatures rising, your walk-in cooler or walk-in freezer will be working harder to keep itself cold. Therefore, it is especially important to keep up with proper cleaning and maintenance techniques to prevent mid-summer breakdowns and to extend the life of your unit.

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