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There are so many things to consider when owning and operating a grocery store. Inventory management, hiring and retaining high-quality staff, running promotions, and, ultimately, gaining and maintaining customers. A key way to establish a sound customer base is by providing a safe and welcoming environment, and professional grocery store cleaning can help make that happen.



The Attributes of Quality Grocery Store Cleaning Companies

Not all grocery store cleaning companies are created equal. You want to make sure that you are not hiring someone who will merely create the illusion of clean by simply wiping down visible surfaces, mopping up only major stains and dirt, and ignoring or hiding other cleanliness concerns.


When you choose Simply Right as your grocery store cleaning company in Utah, you are assured:

  • Experience

  • Accountability

  • Affordability

  • Consistency

  • Safety

  • Continuing education and research on best practices


Some questions you might want to ask as you are hiring a cleaning company include:


  1. What are your terms of service, i.e., length and flexibility of the contract?

  2. What types of guarantees do you offer?

  3. Do you do background checks of your employees?

  4. Will the cleaning crew for my store stay consistent or change each time?

  5. What kind of cleaning supplies are used?

Your Customized Grocery Store Cleaning Plan

At Simply Right, we do not have boilerplate cleaning plans that provide the same cleaning services for every business. When building your quote and service plan, we will discuss your ideas and priorities and share some observations of our own to develop a checklist for daily, weekly, monthly, quarterly, and special cleaning projects.


An example of daily cleaning will include:


  • Floors

  • Glass surfaces (i.e., doors, windows, display cases)

  • Disinfect high-traffic and often-touched surfaces (doorknobs, countertops, cash register)

  • Bathrooms

  • Emptying and disinfecting trash cans

  • Disinfecting shopping carts


Weekly cleaning might include:


  • Polish and buff floors

  • Dust and disinfect shelves


Examples of monthly cleaning projects might be:


  • Cleaning of refrigerator/freezer areas

  • Cleaning of equipment like slicers, coffee grinders, and other food prep areas


Special cleaning projects to consider include:


  • Vent/ductwork

  • Warehouse/inventory areas

  • Cleaning of furniture, including office areas

Choose a Green Clean

Of course, green commercial cleaning is good for the environment, but it is also vitally important in grocery stores. Environmentally-friendly cleaners and practices keep harsh chemicals out of your store and away from your product. Green cleaning practices can eliminate the smell of harsh chemicals that can turn away customers.


Harsh cleaners can also do damage to surfaces like ceramic tile, metal surfaces, and even glass. By choosing a green clean, you are creating a more enjoyable and safe shopping experience.

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Request a Quote Today

Now more than ever, it is important to keep grocery stores clean, healthy, and safe. Simply Right, located in Utah and Salt Lake Counties, is waiting to hear from you and looking forward to taking the burden of cleaning off your hands.

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