- Wipe Cooking Surfaces: Before cooking, remember to carefully wipe down the areas around your burners. Lingering residue can catch fire and ignite a larger blaze.
- Monitor Smoking Oil: If cooking oil in your pan begins to smoke, remove that pan immediately, but carefully, to avoid catching.
- Clean Vent Hoods: Though kitchens install hood vents to prevent grease fires, if those hood vents are poorly maintained, they become harmful rather than helpful. Dirt and grime build-up in your kitchen’s hood vent can catch fire and perpetuate a larger blaze rather than squander an ensuing grease fire.
Pro Duct Cleaning offers professional-grade hood vent cleaning to ensure your commercial kitchen remains grease fire-free.