Cleaning Plan

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Out side: • All Window ledges Cleaned off • Handicap posts repainted yellow – need to buy spray paint and paint carefully not painting grass or sign • Front door Pepper Band – stay tuned for a cleaning instructions from Tim Carroll • Re-paint ground light and benches that need touch up with black paint. Spray paint in office.

Front Door area: • Polish door handles and door threshold to a brassy finish. • Clean and paint foyer base boards (first area entered from front door) • Silicon fill holes where floor heater power source used to be. • Get door closer covers (mechanisms that help close the doors) • Install menu holders next to host stand with red (holds menus to be cleaned) and green (holds menus that are clean) stickers. • Dust above and around front door. Look above door. Need to point all lights towards the wall.

Dining Room • All chair legs and backs completely clean • Replace plant (plastic) in duck (by 42) and pig (by drink station) • Detail all stainless in remote drink station and clean underneath. • High dust all light fixtures, speakers, vent covers, chalkboards, congruitied metal above tables and runners. • Dust vents and walls in men’s and women’s bathrooms • Fix all blinds that do not recede all the way up…..see Rick on how to • Detail all micros • Detail floors….black that runs along the baseboards. • Baseboards clean

Bathrooms: • Detail doors. Clean all hand grease off front doors • Clean all stall doors of hand grease…. especially in the men’s room • Tighten all toilet seats • High dust vents, all walls and tops of partitions.

Togo: • Get rid of turtle planter in togo. • Organize and detail clean. • Clean beer cooler handle • Beer cooler organized and shelves cleaned of all mold

Bar (dirtiest area of the restaurant): • Take remaining gaskets…black ones on…...

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