Remove oil and grease from masonry and concrete floors easily and quickly with this biodegradable, concentrated cleaner.
- Easy to use, but tough on grease
- Use as a concentrate or dilute for general cleaning
- Odourless, so can be used wherever you wish
- Stiff Broom or Soft Brush
These products are available on our website and can be shipped with your order for Oil & Grease Remover so you can get the job done quickly.
Oil & Grease Remover is available in 5 litre containers.
Instructions for use
If you are planning to paint or seal a floor, you have to make it grease free, which is where this versatile degreaser comes into its own. Traditional degreasers give off solvent odours which prevent them from being used under certain conditions. However, we didn’t want to compromise the effectiveness of the product, and trials have demonstrated that Oil & Grease Remover is as effective as traditional solvent based products.
Also, most solvent based products need a second stage cleaner to remove residues before painting. Not with Oil & Grease Remover – all you need to do is wash it off.
As well as floors you can use our product on machinery to keep it spick and span and effective.
For Floors – heavy grease and oil contamination
Using a stiff broom, brush in undiluted Oil & Grease Remover and leave to penetrate for 5-10 minutes. Then, scrub with a stiff brush or similar and rinse with clean water. Watch the grease and oil float away.
For Machinery – general cleaning and maintenance
Can be diluted with up to 20 parts water. With a soft brush give a generous coating to parts affected by oil or grease. Let stand for up to 15 minutes, depending on the extent of the problem, then simply rinse with water. Don’t forget to protect the parts of the machinery and surrounding areas that must not become wet.
Approximately 20 – 40m² depending upon contamination and surface texture.
What else do I need to know?
Disposal and Safety information
Oil & Grease Remover is biodegradable but the product, along with a mixture of oil and grease, should not be allowed to enter the drains or open water course. Dispose of it as chemical waste after using a wet vacuum to suck it up. If in doubt, your local council will advise.
A Material Data Sheet is available at www.paintpeople.co.uk for full safety information.