Our business model was initially designed to meet the needs of supermarkets, hotels, resorts, and meat processing facilities. Over the years, we realized that we were driving by many potential customers in restaurants, colleges, hospitals, etc. Through word of mouth
We are based in Glendale, Arizona and currently service the entire state of Arizona. As a mobile service, we will gladly consider traveling anywhere. We look forward to exceeding your expectations.
With normal daily use, cutting boards are cut, scraped, exposed to wide temperature swings and ravaged by harsh chemicals. Most people mistakenly believe that by washing them at night and using an approved sanitizer periodically throughout the day will keep
Daily cleaning and sanitizing does an excellent job of surface cleaning and sanitizing. “Block whiteners” can also help whiten them giving the visual impression of a clean surface. Meanwhile, the virulence of the micro-organisms down deep in the cut is
A number of factors must be evaluated to answer this question. The most obvious indicator that a board needs to be resurfaced is discoloration or stains that cannot be removed. There are other more subtle clues that we will teach
NO! Chlorine breaks down the molecular structure of High Density Poly Ethylene (HDPE), the stuff that cutting boards are made of. It oxidizes the plastic causing it to flake off in tiny pieces, reducing the board’s lifespan. Additionally, it leaves
ABSOLUTELY NOT! It is a waste of time and money. Don’t be ripped off! Remember the goal of resurfacing is to restore the cutting board to a state in which sanitation can successfully occur. There are a handful of companies
No. All service is done on-site in our mobile workshop.
No. We begin by resurfacing all of the boards that are not being currently used. Then we rotate these boards back into service and take the others out. We always strive to meet your needs and minimize our presence.
We usually take about 5 – 10 boards out to be resurfaced at one time. Service takes approximately 30 to 60 minutes per load. Overall service to a facility can be from one to eight hours depending upon how much