How to Become a Hood Cleaner

Hood Cleaners are responsible for the cleaning and of the air ducts, underneath hood vents, range stoves, inside of ovens, and more for restaurant cleaning. Little do people know about hood cleaning, there are a lot of things that people need to always keep clean in a kitchen to keep up to code. However, they do more than beautifying buildings and structures, they handle the cleaning of surfaces, removing of old grease, repairing of cracks in the vent hoods, and degreasing to meet the customer’s specifications.

Becoming a cleaner will help you to start earning up to $100,000 annually, you can either be self-employed and set your own working rates or work for existing hood cleaning companies firms.

My job growing up was particularly working for my dad’s hood cleaning company, and in doing so, I made a lot of professional contacts. I’ve met businesses who had dirty walls on the inside and upsold myself after we’d clean their hoods, to work on painting their walls and give them a fresh coat of paint. I have some great tips on what to do for more painting work too. But, nevertheless, if you intend to become a hood cleaner, the following tips will help you become one.

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