Menu Cover Care

Rule 1: Cleaning

Use Quaternary Cleaner (Quat)

• Common disinfectant made by Clorox, Lysol and SC Johnson Professional

• Least harmful to all components of the menu cover

• Provides excellent cleaning properties for oils and fingerprints

• Leaves very little residue behind, which reduces streaking


Use Diluted Solution of Dish Soap or Shampoo Mixed with Water


Do Not Use Citrus Cleaners, Bleach, Peroxide, Vinegar or Ammonia

• Damages thread and binding integrity, weakening the menu covers

• Large bumps may appear

• Plastic parts may become brittle

• Significant streaking and discoloration likely

• Foil may etch away


Rule 2: Handling

Be Gentle Loading Inserts


Be Gentle Stacking Inserts

• Take care not to whack the corners of one menu with your other menus


Do Not Fold Backwards


Rule 3: Storing

Store in Temperature Controlled Location

• Prevents cracking and warping

• Discourages material deterioration and discoloration

• Ideal temperature is one that is comfortable to you and your customers


Store Flat in Small Stacks

• Stacks should not touch each other

• Avoids scratches and abrasion to binding

• Prevents lost corners


Do Not Store in Direct Sunlight