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Degreaser Cleaner

A degreaser cleaner is a liquid butyl base chemical that is extensively used in residential and commercial cleaning to decompose and remove carbon based retardants like grease, grime, fingerprints, ink, food and drink spills, etc. This article relates to some applications of a degreaser cleaner by cleaning personnel with the janitorial service in commercial buildings.

A degreaser cleaner has an alkaline ph, so with repeated use over time, it will discolor and stain glass, chrome plated bathroom fixtures, stainless steel sinks, stainless steel drinking fountains, and high temperature alloy metals. It is not a disinfectant cleaner that kills germs in restrooms. Rather it cleans and effectively removes carbon based retardants from the following surfaces:

Formica countertops, desktops, tabletops, cabinet doors and drawers, porcelain appliances and partitions, painted walls, doors, and woodwork, aluminum door frames, plastic, rubber, and other surfaces.

A degreaser cleaner can be mixed with water and used for mopping and scrubbing vinyl and concrete floors.

Outside of its commercial building applications, a concentrated degreaser can also be used to clean cast iron and aluminum engine parts.


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