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post #1 of Old 04-20-2012, 01:42 PM Thread Starter
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Grease/Hot Steam stains?

Hi guys, My house is fairly new. I have very light cream/yellowy walls in my kitchen. I never use grease when I cook besides regular cooking spray when I make eggs in the morning. I have many circular cooking grease/steam stains above my stove. I have something being used as a back splash, but even on both sides of the stove, the walls are looking kind of bad. Is my "cooking spray" (PAM...etc.) causing this? Or just cooking with heat and steam in general? How can I avoid it? And how the heck do I clean it? It will. not. come off!
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Degreaser

I was given a sample of a product called Dynamic Quick. I have not tried the product yet but it is supposed to clean grease and oil off of all surfaces. The product is sold on the internet at www.quickdegreaser.com and it is in concentrated form. As I said I have not used it but if you do please let me know how it works.

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Thanks for the recommendation. Just checked out their website and that stuff looks pretty good. The only think is, I need something that I can put on my actual walls. I don't know if I can use that stuff for that.
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Spray a solution of white vinegar and lemon juice on the stained area. Let it soak for 10 minutes then rub the surface using abrasive sponge and hot water. This will surely remove grease stain.
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Go through by apply dry-cleaning solvent and sparingly, and blot. If stain remains you can apply detergent solution, ammonia solution, vinegar solution, blot and rinse with water, blot until dry. These are the powerful way to remove the grease stain.
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Spray a solution of white vinegar and lemon juice on the stained area. Let it soak for 10 minutes then rub the surface using abrasive sponge and hot water. This will surely remove grease stain.
correct i agree
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post #8 of Old 09-06-2012, 08:37 AM
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I can very well understand your situation and solution to this problem is excellent cleaning products that are available in market that can be useful for cleaning the toughest of the stains
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^ LOL at some of the people on this site. Well, what were you originally cleaning it with?
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To remove the grease from your kitchen wall you can use the solution of diluted vinegar or diluted bleach. One of the most unexpected method but much reputed you can use is to take fire from ash and make a paste using a water and then apply.
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Dish soap and hot water
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