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Welcome to cleanliness 

What, when, how

These tips can really help you build up a cost effective cleaning regime, but only if you are smart enough to stick to the rules.

What do you do now?

Follow our easy steps and stages below, and reap the benefits of a clean machine. Not only does a clean machine function better and longer, it will look nicer, meaning your customers will have more faith in your entire business hygiene outlook.
Before daily service
During the daily business
End of daily service
What to do weekly

Easy Steps

1

BEFORE YOU EVEN OPEN THE DOOR

Regardless what your coffee supplier states or your barista thinks they know, back washing the group heads should only ever be carried out before daily service starts. This method ensures that the group head solenoid will not stick due to lack of rinsing the previous night.

2

DURING YOUR DAILY SERVICE

We have all been into coffee shops and seen the brown build up of milk on the steam arms, disgusting right, does it make you think what the rest of the unseen areas of the business like? Simple steps during the day stop this happening and prevent a few issues ever occurring.

3

BEFORE YOU LOCK THE DOOR

We have all been into coffee shops and seen the brown build up of milk on the steam arms, disgusting right? and what is the rest of the unseen areas of the business like? Simple steps during the day stop this happening and prevent a few issues ever happening.

4

WEEKLY 

Just a few jobs here to do, but the rewards are great and believe us, are well worth the effort you put in here. Simple portafilter cleaning and coffee drain maintenance that will help avoid calling a tradesman.
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