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Cleaning dirt-encrusted griddles used to be one of the toughest jobs in a commercial kitchen, but thanks to 3M’s new Scotch-Brite™ Quick Clean Griddle Cleaning System, the job just got a whole lot easier.

Quick, safe and easy to use, the 3M Scotch-Brite Quick Clean Griddle Cleaning System cleans fl at griddles in half the time of

traditional griddle cleaning products, by incorporating a

powerful but non-toxic liquid cleaner, which lifts and loosens carbonised food from the hot griddle surface. Typically, a dirty, food-soiled griddle can be cleaned in just three to fi ve minutes.

Key to the system’s performance is its powerful liquid cleaner, which unlike chemical cleaners, does not contain caustic soda or emit irritating vapours. When the liquid is poured onto the hot griddle (150-170°C), it immediately begins to lift and loosen stubborn, burnt-on food and grease from the griddle plate. The surface can then be gently scoured and polished until completely clean.

Each 3M Scotch-Brite Quick Clean Griddle Cleaning System contains a 750ml bottle of ready-to-use cleaning liquid complete with innovative dosing cap; one pack of 3M Scotch-Brite 450 Hand Pads (six per pack); and a Scotch-Brite Multi-Purpose Pad Holder. No staff training is necessary and a full set of instructions are provided.


The WAMITAB Skills Village, the fi rst initiative of its kind which was staged recently at the RWM event, brought together leading experts in training, consultancy and qualifi cations to offer guidance on a broad skills-related agenda.

Skills and training didn’t play a signifi cant part at last year’s RWM show, but it’s a crucial issue that underpins activity in the waste and resource management, recycling, cleaning and facilities management industries. The Skills Village is an independent forum where people can access a whole raft of advice and guidance.

Getting skills on the agenda is not always an easy task, but organisations realise that embedding a culture that improves their businesses by increasing the skills of employees is very important.

Last year, WAMITAB decided to strengthen its offering in three key areas – profi le, partnerships and innovation. The Skills Village crystallises this with its notion of community, bringing skills, education and training together under one banner.

Chris James, chief executive offi cer at WAMITAB, said: “The Skills Village has been an outstanding success for WAMITAB. This is a big agenda, and the strong presence at RWM helped to create impact, drawing around 1,000 visitors to the stand who were happy to fi nd a one-stop shop for their skills-related questions. 24

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