Most food trucks are required to maintain health and cleanliness standards equal to those of restaurants. Depending on the city or state you operate and the ordinances, there might be some differences in the cleanliness requirements, but everyone knows that you will achieve the highest rate of success if you run a clean and sanitary food truck. It is important to have the basic cleaning supplies on hand to maintain cleanliness, including mops, mop buckets, disposable gloves, microfiber clothes, waste baskets, kitchen mats and more. Remember to clean the ice machine, refrigerator coils, underneath work tables, in corners and wipe down all surfaces, including walls and back splash. Remember, no one likes to see a dirty kitchen, except rodents and flies.