Scotch-Brite Quick Clean Griddle Cleaning System Starter Kit

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Product Description

The Scotch-Brite Quick Clean Griddle Cleaning System Starter Kit is a complete system for cleaning commercial griddles. This system is faster, safer and easier than traditional griddle cleaning products. These products are certified and safe for use on food contact surfaces. The liquid cleaner loosens and lifts carbonized grease and food soil upon contact on a hot griddle for easy removal with no solid chemical odors. In addition, the formulation does not contain caustic soda found in other griddle cleaning chemicals. The heavy duty scrubber scours the griddle while the squeegee pushes the remaining liquid and food debris into the grease trap. A brand of 3M.

Each kit contains six (6) packets Scotch-Brite Quick Clean Griddle Liquid 700-40, six (6) Scotch-Brite Quick Clean Heavy Duty Griddle Pads 746, one (1) Scotch-Brite Multi-Purpose Pad Holder 405-R, one (1) Scotch-Brite Squeegee 410, and one (1) instructional wall chart.

Features & Benefits

  • Effectively removes baked-on food and cooking oil from griddles.
  • Griddle pad is HACCP International Certified.
  • Powerful griddle cleaning liquid that is safe for use on food contact surfaces.
  • Cleans dirty griddles 40% faster than the leading competitive system.
  • Safer for workers and food, quicker and easier, and more cost-effective than alternatives.
  • Simple 3 step process: squirt, scour, and squeegee.
  • Does not contain caustic soda.
  • Green Seal Certified.
  • Quickly loosens and lifts carbonized grease and food soil upon contact with hot griddle (300-350°F).
  • Designed for use on medium-hot griddles (300-350°F) - saves cool-down time.
Country of Origin: United States.

Application Instructions

  • First, squirt the liquid onto a medium-hot griddle between 300 - 350 degrees Fahrenheit to start the cleaning process.
  • Then watch as the powerful bubbles lift and loosen stubborn burnt-on food soil and grease from the griddle surface.
  • Attach the heavy-duty griddle pad to the pad holder and gently apply light pressure to scour the griddle.
  • Finally, to leave the griddle clean, use the squeegee to push the remaining liquid into the grease trough.


Technical Information

Scotch-Brite Quick Clean Griddle Cleaning System Starter Kit
  • Standards Met: Griddle pad is HACCP International Certified. Green Seal Certified.
  • Country of Origin: United States
Note: Specifications are those given by manufacturers and are not tested for accuracy.

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15-Piece Kit


UPC = 051125857932

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