12 Easy Ways to Use Grease Cleaner 12 Easy Ways to Use Grease Cleaner
Grease cleaner is great for cleaning greasy hands after working on a lawnmower or car. There are many more uses for grease cleaner that you may not be aware of. Here are some of the additional ways you can use it to make work easier.
1. Soak Greasy Dishes
If you have an extra greasy dish in your kitchen, or even on the grill, you can add a cap full to your sink and allow it to soak for 5 to 10 minutes. It will lift the dirt from your dishes and utensils, making them easier to wash.
2. Clean Drains
To cut greasy muck out of your drains, especially in the kitchen, pour a 1/2 tsp. in your drain and allow it to sit several hours, or overnight. Follow by flushing with warm water to wash it on down the drain.
3. Grill Pans and Baked On Food
To remove baked on foods, use grease cleaner full strength. Wipe it on and allow it to sit for 5 minutes. It will then only take a sponge to remove the debris.
4. Clean Garbage Cans
Pour a cap full into your garbage cans and add hot water. Allow it to sit for 5 minutes, wipe out, and dry.
5. Window Cleaner
For added cleaning power, add a cap full of grease cleaner to your window cleaner.
6. Clean Your Shower
Add 1/4 cup to a gallon of warm water. Wipe down your shower and shower walls, and rinse. The grease cleaner will remove body oils, and residue from shampoos and soaps.
7. Makeup Stain Removal
If you get lipstick or any other grease-based makeup on clothing, apply the grease cleaner full strength and gently rub. Follow by laundering as usual.
8. Clean Your Driveway
Use grease cleaner to help remove oil from your driveway, using it full strength on spots, and mix a 1/2 cup to a gallon of water to clean the remaining areas.
9. Cleaning Your Dishwasher
Adding a cap-full of grease cleaner to your dishwasher once a week will keep it from getting clogged with greasy residue, which will help your dishwasher get your dishes sparkling clean every time without residue.
10. Clean Your Boat
Mix 2 cap fulls of grease cleaner with a gallon of water. Place in a spray bottle. You can use this for the interior and exterior of your boat. If you find stubborn stains, use it full strength to remove the stains.
11. Combs and Brushes
In a container large enough to hold your hairbrushes and combs, pour a Tbsp. of grease remover into warm water. Soak the brushes and combs for 15 minutes, rinse, and allow to air dry. This will remove all the oils that have built up from your hair.
12. Kitchen Exhaust Fan
The metal filter in your kitchen exhaust fan can get a massive buildup that is almost impossible to clean. Remove the filter and place it in the sink with hot water and a cap-full of grease remover. Let it soak for 30 minutes. Wipe off the debris, rinse, and dry.