Controlling Odor In Your Walk-In Refrigerator Or Freezer
Business owners need to go to great lengths to ensure that their guests can enjoy a comfortable, clean atmosphere. Failing to do so will lead to major issues and customer complaints. Your walk-in refrigerator or freezer could lead to issues since it may create a foul odor at some point. It is essential to find out what is causing the foul odor so you can eliminate it immediately. Over time, there is a good chance that your walk-in cooler is going to develop a strange odor. When you walk into your refrigerator, you’ll smell it. Usually, the odor will be trapped inside the walk-in freezer. Thankfully, this shouldn’t be a problem. After all, the odor is trapped inside. However, there is a chance that the odor will strengthen and spread. A1 San Francisco Commercial Refrigeration Repair Once this happens, the odor will eventually reach your dining area. After a few years of owning a walk-in cooler, this will be more likely to happen. The odor will worsen and your guests will begin noticing it. Plus, the odor may become trapped in the floors, walls, boxes, and other surfaces in the cooler. Once you’ve noticed that the odor is worsening, you must do something about it. Otherwise, the odor is going to impact your guests. If your dining area smells putrid, you can guarantee that you’re going to start losing customers. Your business will develop a bad reputation making it difficult to attract new customers. Although it seems like a minor problem, foul odors could destroy your business. It is pertinent to tackle this problem before it worsens. Remove all items from the cooler so you can begin cleaning it from top to bottom. When doing so, make sure that you use hot water and simple soap. Don’t use harsh soaps and cleaners because they may damage components or finishes. They could also be abrasive and hurt your skin. Otherwise, you can use a combination of white vinegar and baking soda. Just make sure that you wipe the surface immediately after spraying it. The mixture is great for cleaning surfaces since vinegar is a powerful odor eliminator. It can also help prevent mildew growth. Once all surfaces have been thoroughly cleaned, it is time to let the surfaces dry. Don’t place the boxes back in the walk-in freezer until the surfaces have dried. You can also let it air out for a few hours. You’ll want to prevent the odor from returning. One way to do this is by using odor absorbs to trap foul odors. For instance, you can buy a bag of charcoal briquettes. Place some of them in a bowl before putting the bowl in the middle of the walk-in cooler. You can also use coffee grounds or a box of baking soda. These substances tend to work well for this purpose. Again, you’re likely going to notice a strange odor in your walk-in cooler. Typically, this isn’t going to be an issue since the odor will be trapped inside. If it starts impacting your guests, it is time to do something about this problem. Don’t delay fixing the problem because a putrid smell will cause your customers to leave and find another restaurant. If you need assistance dealing with this problem, call our office. We’re always eager to help. Call to get started and to eliminate the smell promptly.