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Published: May 18, 2014

A Food service company in Missouri used Alconox for the first time to clean their kitchen’s deep fryer.

According to Janet, the shift manager, “The build up on our fryers was very bad as it had not been deep cleaned for about 2 years. We used Alconox and it was amazing. All the black buildup came off and the fryer looks new.”

Cleaning a fryer with Alconox is simple.  First, drain the fryer and refill with water. Add 1lb. of Alconox concentrated detergent to the water and stir to dissolve. If the fryer has a “Boil Out” or “Simmer” setting, use that. If not, set the fryer to 190 deg F. Drain the detergent solution from the fryer, rinse with fresh water, and dry completely.

This particular food service provider’s fryer looked so new that, upon seeing it, employees thought the company had bought a new one. They also put the baskets and other fry tools in the Alconox solution to get them shining. But a clean, like-new fryer is not just easy on the eyes.

Janet says, “The oil lasts several days longer now and the wings taste better according to the customers.” And an added bonus . . . “Using Alconox will not only reduce our cleaning time, but enable us to no longer dread cleaning the fryer!”

To learn more about How to Clean your food prep equipment, Cleaning Principles and other information, visit To receive a free sample of Alconox, Inc. detergent, like Alconox, please complete the form here at Get A Sample. Or ask our cleaning experts a technical cleaning question at Ask Alconox.


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