Let's face it, things get dirty in restaurants. Between the kitchen, dining room and restrooms, you've got a lot of ground to cover when it comes to keeping things clean. Lucky for you, here at Tundra Restaurant Supply we specialize in a variety of janitorial supplies to keep your business spotless. From janitor carts, to cleaning cloths, mop buckets and more, our commercial-grade cleaning supplies will help you ace any health inspection that may come your way.
When it comes to janitor supplies you have more choices when it comes to sustainability. Thoughtful swaps in your cleaning agents means using those free from toxic chemicals—it's been proven that toxic cleaners reduce indoor air quality and may contribute to numerous health conditions which will lead to unhappy customers and sick or injured employees. Also consider toilet tissue made from post-consumer recycled content, which uses less virgin resources to make. Not only will you be making eco-friendly choices for your restaurant, but your customers will notice it too. For example, did you know that tissue and paper towels are compostable? Try setting up a compostable bin in your restroom along with a "Compost This," sign—you'll score some serious brownie points with your customers who want to patronage businesses who care about being green.
Our commercial janitorial products include commercial-grade brooms, mops, floor sweepers and more to keep those floors clean. Consider keeping a set of janitorial equipment in the back of the house (think kitchen) and another set for front of the house spills and messes. At Tundra Restaurant Supply, we also carry all of the "Caution Wet Floor" signs you'll need to protect yourself from certain liabilities—should any spills occur, place one of these signs on the floor after cleaning up to notify guests to proceed with a little caution.
Finally, we have a diverse selection of janitorial supplies that meet HACCP guidelines. The favorite Green Kleen-Pail® and Red Kleen-Pail® from San Jamar help you easily meet HACCP dedicated use guidelines for cleaning and sanitizing cloths. The colors indicate to all staff members which cleaning cloths and chemicals are safe to use for food storage versus those used for dangerous non-food purposes.