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The floors, walls, and ceilings in your operation need regular maintenance. What is an example of how you can do this?

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What is curved edging that is sealed between the floor and the wall?

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Why should you choose smooth and durable materials for your operation’s ceilings, walls, and floors?

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How can you deny pests access to your operation by keeping the building’s entry points secure?

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What kind of materials should be used for the flooring, walls, and ceilings in your operation to make them easier to keep clean?

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If your operation sprays or flushes the floors during cleaning, what should be done if there are puddles of standing water?

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What issues should be addressed during regular maintenance of your facility’s floors, walls, and ceilings?

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Why should your operation have coving to remove the corners and gaps between the floor and the wall?

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Nonfood-contact surfaces, like floors, walls, ceilings, and equipment exteriors, must be cleaned regularly to prevent dust, dirt, and food residue from building up. What else can be prevented?

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What can weaken the foundation and floors of your facility, as well as its ceilings and windows?

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The What does non-porous and porosity mean?

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Why does coving need to be secured tightly to the walls?

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Which of these are examples of non food contact surfaces that need regular cleaning but do NOT need to be sanitized?