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post #1 of Old 09-21-2015, 02:45 AM Thread Starter
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Hey! Your help is needed.
I am looking for some SAFE method of cleaning grease from laminate.

Please advise, I am afraid I can damage it.

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It's laminate.... why worry? Just use degreaser and if it messes it up they can replace it with something more real.
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Hey Sprintcar I need your help. I'm in the process of starting my cleaning business in the Harford County MD area by myself. I have cleaning experience from the military, but thats about it. I have a full time job which I work from 1230pm to 830pm. Is it possible to get weekend jobs, or even night jobs, and what supplies should I start out with?
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Hey! Your help is needed.
I am looking for some SAFE method of cleaning grease from laminate.

Please advise, I am afraid I can damage it.
1. Dilute 1 cup of white vinegar in 1 gallon of warm water. Fill a spray bottle with the solution. Spray it onto the grease spots. Mop the area with a dry microfiber mop.
2. Apply the vinegar solution to a white cotton cloth, if spraying and mopping doesn't dissolve all the grease. Scrub the laminate with the cloth until the grease disappears.
3. Dry the damp patches of laminate with a pure cotton towel. Removing excess moisture keeps the laminate in good condition and ensures no traces of grease are left.

But remember use only Environment friendly products, which are safe for human, pets and environment
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very interesting.
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Pour 1 cup of white vinegar to 1 gallon of warm water, then take a spray bottle and fill it with this liquid. Spray it onto the spots of grease and then mop the area.

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