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Grease stains are the worst, especially if you’re in a place of business where you work with a lot of grease. I cannot imagine, my kitchen is bad enough. Grease clings to everything, and if you get it on your cloothing forget it. Oh, and don’t plan on grease ever going away by itself… If you don’t clean it up, it’s there to say. If you’re looking for some effective ways to cut the grease check out these few tips:
Move, Move, MOVE! The faster you act on getting it cleaned up the better. Grab you a white paper towel and soak up as much grease as possible. Once you’re done that grab the hot water, if it’s clothing I always run it under the hot water, but it it’s something else you might have to wet another paper towel. It’s important to remember with grease the longer it sits the less of a chance you have in getting it out. Well that has been my experience anyway.
You might also try to use some dish soap with your hot water to try and break up the grease. If you’re able to run it under the HOT water than do it, it not use hot water, good grease cutting dish soap, a sponge or next best thing. Saturate the surface with warm sudsy water, rinse and air dry. Repeat if needed. DO NOT place in the dryer, which will set the stain in for sure.
If you’re still not able to get the stain out you might need something a little more powerful such as Workman Degreaser from Worldwide Janitor supply. This is a heavy duty degreaser and contains a high percentage of butyl. It’s also a multipurpose cleaner that is safe non-flammable, intensely effective degreaser for all surface types. It’s made for quick removal of grease and heavy solid build up. It can be used for heavy duty grease spills, oil, ink, wax, and more. Workman Degreaser is biodegradable and phosphate free.
Want to learn more about Worldman Desgreaser? You can find it and other great products to help you keep your home and work sparkling at Worldwide Janitor.