What do you do to dry table cloth after wiping food stains off tables
Just starting out as a dish collector at a food establishment where I stay, couldn't be any more thankful given the opportunity of joyful service and serving joyous customers who make my day,
issue is, I experience clogging of food particles and debris despite soaking cloth once in water and Zip, anti-bacterial concentrated cream cleanser, and dipping cloth next in a pail of water with Dettol/ Walch, anti-germicide,
also, has anyone tried soaking food-clogged cloth in hot water, if so, how much Zip and/ or Dettol/ Walch to add afterwards, what does hot water do to the cloth, will hot water affect the nature of Zip/ Dettol/ Walch on the cloth, is there a sequence of adding hot water/ room temperature water with Zip/ Dettol/ Walch on the cloth, cleaning and washing advice, hacks and/ or tips much appreciated and thank you in advance!
Easiest will be to clean off debris with a rag. Then wipe again with a clean cloth. If possible have 2 separate pails to rinse. Once for rag and once for clean cloth. Depending on usage and your tolerance for clean cloths, decide how often you need to replace the clothes. Not sure about soaking in hot water with Dettol. You can try and update
Beacause cotton cloth is little rough and absoption power of water is high and heps to remove stains.