Significant appliances like washing machines and fridges can be costly to repair and replace. When you buy appliances, you want them to last as long as possible, so you don’t have to make those expensive purchases more frequently than necessary. That’s why it’s essential to perform some basic maintenance and care on your appliances to keep them in tip-top condition and ensure they last as long as possible.
Are you a commercial kitchen manager? A chef? Ever worked or managed in a commercial kitchen environment? If you have, then you will probably have a certain way of setting up and organising the kitchen space. There’s no doubt that everyone working in a commercial kitchen has a specific way of doing things. But what is the best way?
There are many ways you can save money within catering or a commercial kitchen environment; from establishing best practices amongst staff, determining training opportunities for employees, getting the right supplies from the right people and so on. There is no right or wrong way to manage a cost-effective commercial kitchen, however, getting the right commercial kitchen appliances can be a huge step in saving your business money.
Renting a space, creating floor plans, hiring staff, organising a menu, buying equipment… the list goes on and on. Managing a commercial kitchen is a difficult task, especially a cost-effective one.
Money is a huge focus for anyone running a successful business, and within an industry which is as competitive as catering and hospitality, it can be even more so. So how can you ensure that you are running a commercial kitchen which is as cost-effective as it can be?
With a properly designed space, a commercial kitchen can improve the quality of productivity, meaning better service and efficiency. However, the size of your commercial kitchen space can make a significant difference to the workflow.
Making the most out of your space is key ensure you are organised, especially if the space available to you is smaller than desired. With restaurant sites becoming increasingly difficult to find, and competition also increasing, many operators are forced to settle when it comes to venues, sometimes meaning they have to accept a smaller space, with a less practical layout.
When it comes to designing your perfect kitchen, every detail matters. A good starting point for kitchen appliances is choosing a cooker. The perfect cooker for you is one that suits your personal cooking preferences, experience, familiarity, and one that will ultimately stand the test of time.
Cooking is a fun past time as well as a necessity of life, however, the fun can be drained from it if your equipment isn’t quite up to scratch. An oven that doesn’t work, for example, can make your food preparation next to impossible. Microwave meals just aren’t the same, after all. There are a lot of ways that your oven can break down and many more ways that you might be able to fix them.
The kitchen is a room that uses a lot of energy to function, even when you aren’t in it! To help the environment and save on money, it’s in your interest to use as little energy as possible in your kitchen. Here at Walworth Appliances, we know a little (okay, a lot) about appliances, so we have a few tips to help you save energy. We hope you find them useful!
Range cookers make a beautiful addition to any home and typically make for a great kitchen centrepiece.
It’s important to take care of your cooker by cleaning it regularly to keep it looking its beautiful best; after all, cooking can be a messy business.
So here in the latest instalment in our series of “how to guides” we take a look at some handy hints and tips for looking after your range cooker.
Making sure your range cooker is still slightly warm, wipe with a damp cloth and a little washing up liquid. You can then polish the surface with a soft cloth to prevent any smears; this is particularly important if you cooker has a stainless steel finish and will leave your cooker looking good as new.
It’s often best to clean as you cook and for example, wipe any spills immediately to prevent these from becoming burned on.
Avoid using harsh and abrasive cleaning products as these could damage the surface of your cooker. Try simply wiping down the surface of the hob with a damp sponge and soapy water, as often this enough to do the trick.
However, you may require stronger cleaning products to remove more stubborn stains. As a handy tip, try testing any cleaning products you intend to use on an inconspicuous area of your cooker first to check they will not cause any damage.
Oven cleaning is often the most hated of all household tasks. However this doesn’t have to be a chore and there are a number of ways you can make the job easier for yourself.
As a handy tip its best to scrape off any burnt on food and residue before applying any cleaning products, to make sure these are as effective as possible.
It can sometimes be worth placing a heat proof bowl, filled with water in your oven and heating for around half an hour or so. The steam produced will help soften any grime and burnt on stains making them easier to remove.
Make sure to avoid caustic oven cleaners, instead stick to milder cleaners and soapy water, with enough elbow grease this can be enough to remove even the most stubborn stains.
Don’t forget about the oven shelves too. Remove these from inside your oven and clean in some hot soapy water using a scourer.
Hopefully this quick how-to guide will help you to ensure you range cooker keeps looking and working at its best!
Here at Walworth Appliances we are suppliers of a fantastic range of quality domestic appliances including Range cookers. So if you’re looking for range cookers in Hampshire, please don’t hesitate to contact us today, by giving us a call on 0844 4068877 to speak to a member of our friendly team.