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04-25-2012 02:27 PM
fastbrad44 Are you talking about cleaning products that foam? I'm lost here.
05-23-2011 01:25 PM
Dieseltrain
foaming,

I am new to the forum as well as newly adding hood cleaning to the list of services I provide, I have recieved my certification and have purchased a foaming set up for cleaning hoods. Please let me know if this is not a good method for applying the chemicals. And what the alternatives are if any.


Thank You,
10-06-2010 10:43 PM
Lou Does this count!
02-08-2010 08:58 AM
Maine-iac 30 bux a pint for the green stuff ,Does it foam lol . Where can I get a foamer . Nick
02-06-2010 03:14 PM
Douglas Hicks Albert liked my job, I had to go back a fan was making noise. I fixed it.

the next chinaman did not like my job, but then I did not either. They did not complain about the nasty duct work or the nasty fans. They thought I should have have cleaned the outside of the hoods, and the appliances. That is an extra service and they do not like to pay my prices now. That sheet metal was last cleaned about 18 months ago, when I did the hoods last. I did not clean the outside, backsplash or appliances then either. The grease tray above the woks was running over. They also thought I should have replaced the fire sytem tanks.

Now the last 3 jobs I did were profitable, very profitable. I posted the profits on GP.
02-02-2010 07:09 PM
Lou
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Lou, I think he sells the stuff. His posts only mention that product. I did a Chinaman last nite, and have one tonight. Maybe he will send my a sample?
How did that Chin-man work out for you?
01-16-2010 03:56 PM
Douglas Hicks
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Stuff takes soot and carbon deposits off with ease. Turns out d-Limonene is the ingredient that make all citrus and orange cleaners clean, so if you use it pure, its like cleaning with a 40x or 50x concentrate. Works well on stainless steel, streak free. Ive bought from a few places online, but GreenTerpene is the cheapest, and their product out performs the rest!

Lou, I think he sells the stuff. His posts only mention that product. I did a Chinaman last nite, and have one tonight. Maybe he will send my a sample?
01-14-2010 10:55 PM
Lou
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Originally Posted by NaturLife View Post
Stuff takes soot and carbon deposits off with ease. Turns out d-Limonene is the ingredient that make all citrus and orange cleaners clean, so if you use it pure, its like cleaning with a 40x or 50x concentrate. Works well on stainless steel, streak free. Ive bought from a few places online, but GreenTerpene is the cheapest, and their product out performs the rest!

really think it would work on hoods?
01-11-2010 05:10 PM
NaturLife
Have you tried GreenTerpene d-Limonene?

Stuff takes soot and carbon deposits off with ease. Turns out d-Limonene is the ingredient that make all citrus and orange cleaners clean, so if you use it pure, its like cleaning with a 40x or 50x concentrate. Works well on stainless steel, streak free. Ive bought from a few places online, but GreenTerpene is the cheapest, and their product out performs the rest!
01-08-2010 06:09 AM
Lou This whole thread is outdated
09-13-2007 02:15 PM
russ s is that not outdated ?
09-13-2007 12:57 AM
Lou
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there was a big thread on another board about blowing powder and it seemes like a dinasour
There is a group of grocery stores who have they'r systems serviced this way......
08-15-2006 08:08 AM
Dave Ott Yeah because nobody would admit to it anyways.
08-15-2006 07:37 AM
russ s there was a big thread on another board about blowing powder and it seemes like a dinasour
08-15-2006 03:57 AM
Dave Ott Are there many people still using the powder trick? I no NFPA says spank spank but you know those competitors
08-15-2006 02:03 AM
Douglas Hicks I like the powder, turn on the fan, fill an extinguiher w/powder and let fly! In & out in 10 minutes! For years, I had a competitor use powder. Claimed the stuff was a fire retardent and saponification agent.

Douglas Hicks
General Fire Equipment Co of Eastern Oregon, Inc
08-14-2006 07:23 PM
russ s Good Ole Long Pole Scraper !!!!! Whats A Long Pole Scraper ....just Kidding
08-14-2006 07:15 PM
Dave Ott No everything is out and it is back to the long pole scraper which never fails.
08-14-2006 06:33 PM
russ s shhhhhhhh.....we dont say that woed over here either
08-14-2006 08:37 AM
EnviroClean I'm a foamer but, I hear foam is dead and the Grease Bullet is in.
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