Speed Cleaning TrainingChapter 3SPEED CLEANING FOR THE PROS TRAININGTrain the Cleaner PMC Certification ProgramView Fullscreen Chapter 3 QuizFirst Name(Required)Last Name(Required)1. Which of the following are all items used for routine kitchen cleaning? Pumice Stick, Fine Metal Polish, Tile Juice, Tile Brush Red Juice, White Pad, Scraper, Cleaning Cloths Red Juice, Tile Cleaner, Toilet Brush, Tile Brush Furniture Polish, Feather Duster, Big Vac, Disposable Polishing Cloths None of the above2. The proper place to start cleaning a kitchen is: Just to the right of the sink. The floor. The refrigerator. The entryway.3. Whichofthe following are proper strategies for Speed Cleaning™ the kitchen?(Check all that apply.) Wear your cleaning apron. Work around the room clockwise, cleaning as you go. Work from top to bottom. Never backtrack. None of the above4. The best way to clean fingerprints is: Scrape them off with your Razor-Blade. Leave them alone. Lightly spray the specific area where the fingerprints are located with Red Juice™ and wipe them away with your cleaning cloth. Spray the entire kitchen with lots of Blue Juice™. Then go back and wipe things up.5. Which surfaces generally need more cleaning attention? Horizontal surfaces such as countertops Vertical surfaces such as cabinet fronts Ceilings Most of the time they all need about the same cleaning attention.6. When you encounter a stain that won’t easily come up with your cleaning cloth, you should: Move up to a heavier-dutytool, such as a White Pad. Leave the stain alone. Continue scrubbing with your cleaning cloth until you remove the stain. None of the above7. When cleaning glass and mirrors you should: Spray liberally with Red Juice™. Wipe dry with a wet cloth. Spray liberally with Blue Juice™. Wipe dry with a wet cloth. Spray lightly with Blue Juice™. Leave to dry in theair. Spray lightly with Blue Juice™. Wipe with a drycloth.8. Which tool is best to clean around stove burners and knobs? Tile Brush Sh-Mop™ Whisk Broom Professional Toothbrush9. When cleaning small countertop appliances such as toasters, you should always: Un-plug them first. Do them first before cleaning the rest of the kitchen Soak them in the sink. Not clean them at all.