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post #21 of Old 11-23-2010, 12:28 AM
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Well tried Super Grease Buster on a 15' Chinese 1 story straight stack one upblast fan....I really wasn't impressed. I used two gallons of it foamed with 15 minute dwell. I kicked it up with 6lbs of POTASH in a 5'er that did the trick.

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post #22 of Old 11-29-2010, 03:57 PM
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Super Grease Buster

I'm suprised the Super Grease Buster did not work well for you. I have always had good success with it.

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you should use the Persil Lemon Fresh Washing Up Liquid.

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post #24 of Old 12-31-2010, 10:55 AM
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Usually painted equipment can be washed with vinegar and water is, or rather, baking soda and water. Very difficult in dry areas, such as tomato sauce dipped as far as possible - leaving a damp cloth on the stain for half an hour, and cleaned.
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grease lighting works great
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Hi,I think When going about your regular kitchen cleaning, you don't want to overlook your garbage disposal. Especially if food is scraped into the disposal when regularly washing the dishes. To clean grease and leftover food from your disposal and sharpen the blades at the same time, sprinkle liberally with baking soda and pour [COLOR=blue ! important][COLOR=blue ! important]white [COLOR=blue ! important]vinegar[/color][/color][/color] over until it bubbles. Let set ten minutes. Rinse with hot water. Put two or three ice cubes in the disposal and grind. Rinse again with hot water. Now your disposal is clean and odor free.
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post #27 of Old 04-23-2011, 06:29 AM
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Here is a stuff on kitchen cleaning. Quite informative in practical applications. Hope that will be a good reference and help to some folks out there.
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post #28 of Old 05-17-2011, 05:52 AM
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could any of you guys recommend a good kitchen cleaning chemical to use as i'm finding it hard to find a decent one here in the uk!!! all the best Will
I think that using chemicals in kitchen cleaning is not a good idea... still it is a kitchen and you cook there... chemicals are toxic and may cause serious health issues...

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I think that using chemicals in kitchen cleaning is not a good idea... still it is a kitchen and you cook there... chemicals are toxic and may cause serious health issues...
I absolutely agree with Lisa. We should do our best to preserve the environment in our homes as toxic-free and healthy as possible. We must learn to use more natural products when we are cleaning our houses. Those chlorine and petroleum-based detergent are not good at all to use them for kitchen cleaning. I mean, they may clean well, but they are not safe at all.

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I'm a green cleaning fan, so I'd like to recommend the use of natural cleaning ingredients. I have some recipes: http://www.cleanerconfessions.com/gr...estic-cleaners

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We should all use these products, Marie. Our homes will look and smell a lot better if we start using natural products only. If you have more articles like this one, please let us know.

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post #32 of Old 07-15-2011, 02:41 AM
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i agree! If you can use green cleaner you better do. It is healthier!
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and not only in the kitchen but in the entire house Provide your family a healthy and clean environment.

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post #34 of Old 10-16-2011, 11:32 PM
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I think, One great cleaning product for the kitchen is Lysol Antibacterial Kitchen Cleaner. This is very effective cleaner.
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post #35 of Old 11-04-2011, 06:26 AM
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I really like your message and you can share the best information about Super Grease Buster. This is useful information for everyone and I will share this information with my friend.
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go green with natural product with steam mop

Depends on what part of kitchen, but I usually clean my kitchen with no commercial cleaning products. I use a H2O Mop X5 to take off grime and crud and sanitize the sink and counter top. If there is any stain left, I usually use baking soda sprinkle over the stain and steam mop. Baking soda works for the kitchen odor too.

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Wili please can you make it clear what do you need to clean in kitchen?
floor, washing sink, wooden cabinets?
Just name it.
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post #40 of Old 01-24-2012, 05:07 AM
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I have used many kitchen cleaning products and found the mr.muscle cleaning the best one.It removes all kinds of stains just by using little quantity and also it is not harsh to skin,So I will recommend you to try mr.muscle at least once then you will find the change automatically.
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