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04-13-2013 08:05 AM
Chrisbailey Thanks for providing information
04-12-2013 08:13 AM
jenny123
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Originally Posted by Superbpack View Post
I have a wall next to my stove I canít change it to any further extent. So the wall is full of oily stains when I try to clean it off it wonít work.
Do you have an idea?


Best Regards,
You can try cleaning it with lemon. its good to use as well with no harmful effects to hands. Scrub the area with a lemon and leave it for some time and then wipe it off with a soft cloth. Hope it helps you as well.
04-01-2013 01:53 PM
StephThomas In my kitchen, I always prefer to use organic stuff. And when you finally do have it clean, you may need to repaint (is it bare wall?) and consider putting up a stainless steel or tile backsplash that's easier to scrub or wipe clean before the oil hardens.
03-06-2013 01:01 AM
anna Try dish soap
03-02-2013 02:44 AM
starramp Look for stains and delete them if when they are displayed on the floor or the wall. The backsplash is more prone to stains hence clean up after cooking food. Use quality kitchen tiles that are effervescent to dust, stain and spills.
04-28-2012 04:43 AM
melijack I think Easy of bang is a good choice. I Have also used them and I found it good cleaning product.
04-05-2012 08:00 AM
katty You should place a newspaper on the wall back to stove like thus it escape wall to be oily... This is really a good idea please try it. Apart from this as you asked that what should you do to clean oily wall then I would like to suggest you for stuff that is called Greased Lightening it works wonders and it is cheap! I use it all the time.
03-28-2012 01:05 AM
Reclean I agree with simon..also Mr.Muscle works well as per my experience.I think we can use hot water to clean oily and greese things as well.
03-14-2012 05:28 AM
Davidalvin
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Originally Posted by markpetchey View Post
To remove the oil from the wall, you have to use a sponge to clean the area. One of the technique ti remove the oil is add water to the cornstarch 1 TB at a time until a thick paste is formed and after that used it on the wall.
I'm totally agree with you.You'r 100% good that you have to use a sponge to clean the area....thanks for taking the opportunity to discuss this.
03-07-2012 07:54 AM
markpetchey To remove the oil from the wall, you have to use a sponge to clean the area. One of the technique ti remove the oil is add water to the cornstarch 1 TB at a time until a thick paste is formed and after that used it on the wall.
12-20-2010 12:10 PM
The Cleaning Consultant
Super Grease Buster

I have had good success in kithens with this product by Hillyard called Super Grease Buster.
http://www.baxtersales.com/catalog/c...o=HYD-156-1-GA
12-18-2010 05:51 AM
testarossa
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Originally Posted by hadwinhal View Post
Just have a try with Mr muscle,It is much effective with this oil dirt...
All the best...
haha with Mr. Muscle, everything will be alright.. LOL
08-13-2010 02:27 AM
JoanLee
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Originally Posted by SimonNewton View Post
I can suggest you an irregular mothod...use a vinegar and salt...it works for me.
I'm agree with Simon. The green cleaning methods works more than people expect you should try it.
08-12-2010 08:23 PM
jaycar personally if the wall is painted, i would just clean off the grease as much as possible, sand the wall back and repaint or put up a glass splash back or tiles. If the grease and stuff from the stove has made a mess before, it will certainly do it again.
08-12-2010 06:28 PM
tman7 TSP (trisodium phosphate ) is good for degreasing especially for tar and nicotine from ciggerettes.
07-10-2010 07:34 PM
Spicnspan Above might not be such a hot idea if the wall's painted though.

I have paint in my backsplash area at home. Started to peel it off with the thought of bolting up tile, glass or plastic or maybe just stripping the nice wood paneling and putting a thick coat of clear varnish on the area.

(Anyone with any knowhow have any thoughts on that last idea? I think it would look nice, but never saw anything like it or heard of anyone doing that.)
07-10-2010 07:31 PM
Spicnspan Cheap degreaser a la Awesome or Mean Green and a scrubby pad always work for me ... even in nasty ass apt moveouts with years of grease buildup on and around the stove.
07-05-2010 05:43 AM
SimonNewton I can suggest you an irregular mothod...use a vinegar and salt...it works for me.
01-04-2010 06:44 AM
johnherzen Easy of bang is a better choice for irremovable,stinky scars,in kitchen,room and all those...
12-26-2009 03:34 AM
hadwinhal Just have a try with Mr muscle,It is much effective with this oil dirt...
All the best...
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