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post #1 of Old 10-17-2011, 08:55 PM Thread Starter
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Grease on the walls!

I am cleaning a house that is empty and on the market. Apparently the owners really loved to fry food and there is grease everywhere. I have something that got it off the stove and ventahood, but I need something for the walls. Any suggestions?
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post #2 of Old 10-24-2011, 09:06 AM
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i find just a general good degreaser and sponge does the job. i'd go around the room spray a good amount then let it dwell and come back and clean it off. only thing to be careful with is damaging the paint so test somewhere first
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You need a heavy duty greaser. I used Elements Super Duty Degreaser when cleaning a restaurant kitchen. Any cleaning agent you use must have emuslifiers in it to dissolve the fats and oils. It literally dissolved the grease on contact. All you need to do is pick the right dilution ratio. I would start with a spray bottle of the heavy dilution ratio. Imadam is right with given which ever cleaning agent you go with dwell time to start to dissolve the grease and fats that are splatter about the kitchen.

For the vent hood, soak it in your degreaser and hot water. This will help to cut down your time spent scrubbing.

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good degreaser with decent dwell time will deal with most grease, especially ones in domestic properties
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What kind of wall surface? Is it painted, if so what kind of paint is on the walls? Semi gloss?
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Take a resolution you will take appropriate care while cooking in the kitchen. I know the it is impossible to clean the wall every day after meals. But it would be great if you do this job with the help of maid or any servant at least once in entire day.


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TECH 736 ULTRA to outperform ordinary detergents by delivering the
powerful grease cutting action of solvents, safely and economically made by Cantol works great
Light Cleaning: Mix one part TECH 736 ULTRA with 80 parts water.
Medium Cleaning: Mix one part TECH 736 ULTRA with 60 parts water.
Heavy Cleaning: Mix one part TECH 736 ULTRA with 40 parts water.
Extremely Heavy Soil: Mix one part TECH 736 ULTRA with 20 parts water

Price after it's diluted is less than 50 cent a gallon. I don't any industrial strength degreaser that inexpensive.

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For this question, answer is depends on the wall type, first you need to tell one thing, which type of wall it is? If you give this one we can help you in better way, that is helpful for you.
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Have you ever tried large wall size 3D picture. It will really give you different eye catching look.
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post #10 of Old 12-16-2013, 02:19 PM
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You can remove those nasty grease spatter spots from the wall behind the stove with a concentrated all-purpose cleaner. Today you will find lots of choices for cleaning products. Its always better to use few home remedies. After cleaning, apply a coat of paste wax and those spots will automatically come off with just a paper towel.
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You can use Bio Clean chemical to clean your surface and walls and is really very effective.Try this and definitely you will get result.
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post #13 of Old 09-04-2015, 02:06 AM
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You need to use heavy Degreaser to remove these type of stains.It is quite difficult to them but degreaser with sponge help you.
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We've got a great product to help. Click my signature to learn more. It's called SoyBase Clean and it's extremely safe on all surfaces
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Degreaser would be the best option mate!
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post #16 of Old 12-22-2015, 06:11 AM
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I dont think so, it work effectively.
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Walls Cleaning

I'd say soap would work best but it really just depends on the type of walls you have and the paint it has. Sometimes soap and specific types of paints don't work too well together. Some gentle scrubbing with a wet cloth usually does the job for me!
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spin and span

i like to clean
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post #19 of Old 05-11-2016, 09:31 AM
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duty greaser would be fine
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it was for me at least
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