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					                       Cleaning Instructions for Ice Bins
          Remove ice and throw away.


          Use vinegar (one cup vinegar in one gallon
          of water) or food-grade cleaner to remove
          lime scale.


          Or use 1/2 cup baking soda in one gallon
          of water. Baking soda is a gritty cleanser that can
          remove stain and odor.



          Sanitize the inside surfaces with chlorine bleach (approximately
          3/4 to 1teaspoon per gallon of lukewarm water).




                                  Bleach



          Clean the inside drip plate and outside surfaces.




Color/foodpdf/double ice.5-2005                               Environmental Health 324-1560, Ext. 2 TTD 324-324-1464
                                                Ice Machines



                                         Keep ice free of contamination

                      Wash hands frequently.

                      Use a clean scoop or utensil with a handle.

                      Store the scoop in a cleanable container or on a clean surface.

                      Do not store the scoop in the ice.

                      Do not store food or drink directly in the ice.

                      Keep the doors or lids of bins and machines closed.

                      Clean floor sinks and hub drains frequently to prevent backflow

                      Ice machine must be indirectly drained into a floor sink or hub drain.

                      Clean the storage bins one or two times per month.

                      Most ice machines require servicing twice a year.

                      Follow instructions listed on ice machine or in owner’s manual.


                              Cleaning instructions are on the other side




Color/foodpdf/double ice.5-2005                                             Environmental Health 324-1560, Ext. 2 TTD 324-324-1464

				
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