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|12-26-2017 05:23 PM|
|missannienow||Excuse the above post. He did not read your original post, I guess. You ARE a cleaning professional with a good question. If I were asked to do this, I would have to try several methods before I found one that truly works. I would only guess that a good de-greaser might work, as long as it is safe on metal. If you think about it, people sit at the tables, and their feet rest on those table legs, etc. Bottoms of shoes are not very clean, right? I would imagine you would have to first clean off the grubby stuff (probably by hand-) and then use some sort of metal polish to shine them up. Hopefully, someone else will chime in here.|
|12-25-2017 04:22 AM|
|momentum||As far as your question is concerned, I always suggest hire professional cleaner for this work, as they use latest technology and tools for this work. With professional cleaning services, you can get commercial grade equipment, training, and expertise to ensure that your premises whether commercial or residential, do not only look clean, they are also thoroughly clean. Keep updating.|
|11-22-2017 04:10 PM|
|missannienow||That is a great question. Can you tell what exactly is staining the furniture? Food? Or just ordinary dirt? I hope someone with lots of retaurant experience answers. I own two aluminum chairs. They are very trendy - I got them from a decorators warehouse place years ago. Over time, they have become discolored. I have tried several things, and so far, nothing has worked. I was tempted to use steel wool, but that would mar the aluminum.|
|11-22-2017 03:29 PM|
Cleaning restaurant chairs and table bases
We’ve been asked to clean these table bases and chairs. What process would you all recommend to achieve the best results?
Also would renting a pressure washer be to extreme aha?