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1) Unplug kettle.

2) Cleaning: For plastic kettles: wipe down with warm soapy water and a Microfibre Cloth. Avoid using anything abrasive as it will scratch the surface. For discoloured marks, try rubbing them with a cut lemon.

3) For metal kettles: wipe down with warm soapy water and a soft cloth. Follow by buffing with a Microfibre Cloth to banish streaks and give shine.

4) Descaling: fill with 100 millilitres of Magic Kettle Descaler. Leave overnight, boil the kettle three times, rinsing in between with fresh water, before allowing the kettle back into service.

Health and Safety Information

Please refer to the relevant COSHH safety data sheets.

Warning
Wear suitable PPE as per your COSHH assessments.

Use a chlorine based disinfectant of 1 Chlorine Tablet in 100 millilitres of warm water.

1. Wear a disposable apron and gloves (and facial protection if there is a risk of splashing.)

2. Ventilate the area by opening windows and doors.

3. Cover the spillage with paper towels and pour the chlorine solution over the paper towels. Leave for required amount of time (specified on the container.)

4. Clear away paper towels and spillage and dispose of as infectious waste.

5. Using a disposable cloth, wash the area using Orange Fresh and warm water. Then dry with paper towels. Dispose of these items as infectious waste.

6. Remove PPE as also dispose of as infectious waste.

7. Wash hands thoroughly in order to prevent the risk of transmission of infection.

Health and Safety Information

Please refer to the relevant COSHH safety data sheets.

Warning
Wear suitable PPE as per your COSHH assessments.

Keeping your coffee machines scale free will maximise its performance, ensuring you deliver good coffee time and time again.

1) For cafetieres: take the plunger apart and wash everything in warm Qsol Washing Up Detergent. If it has a metal frame, buff with a Microfibre Cloth to reveal a smart shine.

2) For electric filter machines: wipe the main body of the machine with a damp Microfibre Cloth. Wash the filter, filter holder and jug by hand in warm Qsol Washing Up Detergent (unless they are dishwasher safe.) If necessary, descale using Magic Kettle Descaler.

3) For espresso/cappuccino machines: clean using Qsol Washing Up Detergent and descale using Magic Kettle Descaler, taking extra care with the filter as espresso grains are very fine. If you can remove the steam nozzle, wash it in warm Qsol Washing Up Detergent. If not, immerse in a jug of hot water.

Health and Safety Information

Please refer to the relevant COSHH safety data sheets.

Warning
Wear suitable PPE as per your COSHH assessments.

1. Fill the tub with water hot water to approximately 4 inches (10cm) above the highest jets.

2. Turn off the air induction valve.

3. Add about 60mls (2 plunges) of Deepclean and 100mls of bleach to the water.

4. Run the jets for around 10—15 minutes.

5. Drain the tub—clean out the residue and refill it with cold water—above the jets again.

6. Run the jets for another 10 minutes—you want to rinse everything out thoroughly.

8. Drain the tub—it should now be ready to re-use.

Health and Safety Information

Please refer to the relevant COSHH safety data sheets.

Warning
Wear suitable PPE as per your COSHH assessments.

1) Sanitise and chlorinate the hot tub on a weekly basis. Add 1 chlorine tablet to the hot tub every week to keep the water clean and sparkling.

2) Clean the hot tub filter once every month. If dirt and debris gets trapped in the filter, it has to be cleaned out to ensure the hot tub is functioning properly.
 Remove the filter according to the instructions provided by the hot tub manufacturer. Lay the filter on the ground and spray it with a hose to loosen any dirt or particles that may have gathered in the hot tub.
 Soak the hot tub filter in a bucket filled with water, and add some spa filter cleaner.
 Take the filter out of the solution. Spray the filter again to rinse it, and ensure all the dirt and cleaning solution has been rinsed away.

3) Clean the hot tub shell every 3 months. To clean a hot tub shell, drain the water out of the tub. Trying to clean the shell with the water still in the hot tub will cause the chemical properties of the water to change.
 Use Deepclean and wipe down the hot tub shell with a damp sponge. Rinse out the tub and once clean, refill the hot tub with fresh water.

4) Clean the hot tub cover. The outside part of the hot tub cover gets the most exposure to sunlight and weather elements, so it is prone to collecting dirt. Wipe down the cover at least once per month. Vinyl protectant is available for the outside of hot tub covers.
 Clean the underside of the hot tub cover by taking the cover off the tub, and spraying it with a hose. Cleaners are not needed for this side of the cover.

Health and Safety Information

Please refer to the relevant COSHH safety data sheets.

Warning
Wear suitable PPE as per your COSHH assessments.