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Towels & Dish Cloths
Dish Cloth Waffle Weave Striped Cotton 706DC
1 Dz. Waffle Weave Striped Dish Cloths. Heavy Duty for Bar & Restuarant Use. 13" x 15" 100% cotton
Kitchen & Bar Towel 15" x 26"
White Ribbed Cotton Bar Towels
100% Cotton, White Ribbed bar towels. 24 oz, 16" x 19"
Standard 28 oz, 16" x 19"
Flour Sack Towel, 22" x 36". Lightweight and super thin.
What Are Kitchen Dish Cloths?
Kitchen dish cloths are a type of cloth used in kitchens, especially in commercial kitchens, in order to clean and wipe dishes as well as other surfaces like restaurant tables, restaurant chairs, serving counters, and bars. Some of the most common kitchen dish cloths include cotton dish cloths or those made of microfiber. Typical sizes of kitchen dish cloths are usually around eleven to fifteen square inches in width, more or less.
How to Properly Clean or Disinfect Kitchen Dish Cloths
Because kitchen dish cloths are usually moistened to wipe and clean not just dishes but also different surfaces your restaurant or food-service kitchen most especially tables, countertops, and bar tops, they can be a breeding ground for bacteria, germs, viruses, and even harmful molds and other fungi. Add to this the fact that kitchen sinks often have leftover scraps of food that come from dishes and pots and pans, it is therefore not surprising that kitchen dish cloths can actually harbor dangerous bacteria such as salmonella and E. coli as well as a host of many other pathogens. This is wshy it is important to regularly disinfect or clean kitchen dish cloths. This can be done via regular hand washing or machine washing.
Another quick and easy way to clean and disinfect your kitchen dish cloths is by placing a damp dish cloth inside a microwave and heating it for two minutes. This simple procedure can kill up to 99 percent of the potentially harmful pathogens present in kitchen dish cloths. You need to be careful, though, to make sure that any kitchen dish cloths disinfected via the microwave method should be sufficiently wet so as not to accidentally burn it and cause dangerous fires in your kitchen.
What Are Commercial Kitchen Towels?
Commercial kitchen towels are similar to kitchen dish cloths but are typically wider. For example, while kitchen dish cloths typically measure around eleven to fifteen square inches, restaurant dish towels can measure around nineteen to twenty-six square inches.
Restaurant kitchen towels are mainly utilized to clean or wash and then dry dishware. Particularly, those restaurant towels that are more absorbent and soft are generally more preferred by customers. Specifically, white cotton dish towels are some of the best-selling commercial kitchen towels available in the market today.
However, like kitchen dish cloths, because restaurant kitchen towels are often used to wipe and clean various surfaces, they commonly come into contact with a lot of dirt and germs and bacteria. This is why it is important to always disinfect and clean your restaurant towels regularly. Proper cleaning and disinfecting can effectively be done through a thorough washing with a cleaning liquid, a strong soap, or even bleach. Needless to say, after washing your kitchen dish cloths, you must dry them thoroughly by hanging them outside under the sun to ensure that regrowth of bacteria is avoided as well as to assure a pleasantly smelling
come into regular contact with germs and bacteria especially those that are used to wipe kitchen sinks. Disinfecting dish towels by washing them with a strong soap, cleaning liquid, or even bleach should be done regularly. After washing, it is a good idea to dry restaurant dish towels out in the sun to prevent the regrowth of more bacteria and to avoid a foul-smelling dish towel.
Dish Cloths and Towels Available Here at Rapids Wholesale
Here at Rapids Wholesale, you can choose from wholesale kitchen towels and wholesale dish towels from Chef Revival, one of the leading brands that supply not only restaurant kitchen towels as well as kitchen dish cloths but as well as food-safety tools, hand-safety products, and chef and food-service apparel.