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Krud Kutter

Model KK012

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Store SKU #335203

1 gal. Original Concentrated Cleaner/Degreaser

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  • Earth friendly: biodegradable and non-toxic
  • All purpose cleaner, degreaser and stain remove
  • Commercial strength formula easily removes tough substances

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Original Krud Kutter cleans what ordinary cleaners simply can't. Its concentrated commercial strength formula safely and easily removes dried latex paint, paint overspray, wallpaper adhesive, tape residue, food and drink stains. It also is great removing glue and adhesive, acid rain, bird droppings, smoke damage, tree sap, grease oil, marker and crayon. Even pet stains, brake dust, fireplace soot, oxidation, lipstick, scuff marks, blood stains, sun tan oil, tar and wax, chewing gum, soap scum, mildew stains, shoe polish, and more. This product is the only cleaner you will need.

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  • Krud Kutter is environmentally friendly, safe for people, pets and plants, water-based, biodegradable, non-toxic, non-flammable
  • Multi-surface compatibility recommended for exterior siding (wood, vinyl, aluminum), roofing of all types (asphalt shingles, fiberglass shingles, cedar, tile) gutters, wood fences and decks, walkways and walls, even RV's, patio furniture, and boats
  • Color fast, fabric safe and leaves no residue, safe for all carpet type, including synthetic, as well as stain resistant carpets
  • Can safely be used in carpet cleaners, floor cleaners, pressure washers, and more, there are no caustic chemicals to erode the o-rings
  • No harmful solvents or bleach
  • Water-based, bio-degradable, non - flammable, non - toxic, non - abrasive
  • Removes food & drink stains, dried latex a pint, paint overspray, tape residue, glue & adhesives, acid rain, bird droppings, smoke damage, tree sap, grease & oil, marker & crayons, pet stains, brake dust
  • Removes fore place soot, oxidation, lipstick, scuff marks, blood stains, sun tan oil, tar & wax, chewing gum, soap scum, mildew stains, shoe polish

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Can this be used in a power washer?

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June 27, 2016
I read it works is a hand sprayer, any reason it will NOT work in a power washer?
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June 29, 2016
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Rust-Oleum Krud Kutter Concentrated Cleaner/ Degreaser Stain Remover can be used in a pressure washer. Proper mixing instructions for the solution are located on the back label of the container. The product should sit on the surface for 3-5 minutes before rinsing.
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Yes, it would be great in a power washer. It's an excellent cleaner and degreaser! Just be careful with latex paint - it'll take it off.
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Yes it absolutely WILL work!
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June 28, 2016
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Yes, according to the manufacturer, it Can safely be used in carpet cleaners, floor cleaners, pressure washers, and more,
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June 28, 2016
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This is not for a power washer.
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Can this be used to remove motor oil and/or transmission fulid on cement ground?

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There's a large motor oil stain on my driveway.
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May 16, 2016
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Krud Kutter Original Concentrated Cleaner/Degreaser and Stain Remover can be used to clean cement floors, however, it is not designed to remove deep oil stains. To treat the oil stains first, we recommend using Krud Kutter Oil Grabber. http://www.homedepot.com/p/Krud-Kutter-32-oz-Oil-Grabber-Stain-Remover-OG326/203397035
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The best thing for removing oil/transmission fluid is oil soak up products. They come in a sack and it looks like cat litter. You grind it into the concrete, then let it sit for a week or so, then sweep it away (send it to the place that accepts used oil, because there's oil in it). If there's still some staining, do it again.
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I've tried it on older stains (oil drops on concrete) and it did not remove them.
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If you use it on full strength, you can use this to remove motor oil and/or transmission fluid on cement ground. But the result will depend on how long the oil was on the floor. The faster you do, the easier it is to clean.The longer it was on the ground,the harder it will be to remove.
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May 15, 2016
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This can be used.
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Is krud cutter safe around plants?

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July 18, 2016
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Good question, JP.
The Original Concentrated Cleaner/Degreaser is Earth friendly: biodegradable and non-toxic
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The question was not very clear.
It is not intended to clean live plants, but silk plants are okay.
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Yes and it's biodegradable.
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Krud Kutter is environmentally friendly, safe for people, pets and plants, water-based, biodegradable, non-toxic, non-flammable - No harmful solvents or bleach - Water-based, bio-degradable, non - flammable, non - toxic, non - abrasive
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July 14, 2016
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No, this is not safe around plants.
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Can this product be used on wooden kitchen cabinets

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June 30, 2016
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Lee, Krud Kutter Original is a great cleaner for wooden surfaces! We do recommend following the label for mixing instructions.
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Yes, dilute and use it.
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Yes, it's safe for wood kitchen floors. If it's a laminate floor, I would be careful to make sure you don't let it soak into the lower layers of the floor - it will most likely buckle if you do.
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June 29, 2016
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This item can be used on kitchen cabinets.
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Rated 4.8 out of 5 by 29 reviewers.
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by It got Grease out of thick carpet!! While assembling a vertical smoker on my living room floor (yeah I know) one of the boxes had a glob of grease coming out of the corner and left nice big black grease blob on the carpet. I poured a little Krud Kutter on there and started matting it down with a wet rag and after a couple minutes I was able to get ALL of the grease out of the carpet. In fact the carpet is much cleaner than it was before! Now my wife wants to use KK in the Carpet Washer to do the whole floor. FYI - I'm not sure if this should be used on dark carpet as I suppose it could fade the color.... October 15, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Great Stuff ! Cleans tires and wheels better than anything I've tried. June 8, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Krud Kutter is Amazing I am a salesman for this cleaner...not really but you'd think that I am. I can make filthy grout look brand new.I put it in my carpet shampooing machine and it removes all stains and I have 5children and it is not toxic,no odor it is amazing.I use it every day.I use it for laundry stains and it will even get dried in stains out.It amazes me every time I use it and I love getting new people to try it. Krud Kutter is AMAZING !! April 10, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Cleaned grout better than anything I have tried! I used this product to clean some grout that I thought was stained and would have to be replaced by a professional. It worked amazingly well, even diluted. This jug will last a long time, since it works great in a ratio of 1 part cleaner to 5 parts water. I am SUPER satisfied with Krud Kutter!!! May 5, 2015
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by It does work, but not exactly as claimed. Original Krud Kutter claims, and my comments in the bracket: Cleans what ordinary cleaners simply can't.( it is better.) Its concentrated commercial strength formula safely and easily removes dried latex paint,(not really) paint overspray,(That is not really true.) It also is great removing grease oil, (only to a certain extent, not completely) marker (not really) So, overall, it is better than some other cleaners, but not 100% effective as they claim. March 25, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Works great getting rid of black streaks and dirt on the outside of gutters! Rinse with water from a hose. Spray Krud Kutter on the dirty areas. Wait about a minute. Wipe off with water wetted rag. If still dirty, spray another coat of KK on it. Wipe off. This time, everything is CLEAN. Hose with water again. Stand back and enjoy. I'm not a fan of power washing. This method worked great for me! March 9, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Best product out there!! Removed mold from carpet in basement & removed permanent marker from kid's desk. January 24, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Excellent for stripping wallpaper Used for stripping the backing of wallpaper off the wall. Put about 3/4 cup into a gallon of hot water into my sprayer. Sprayed on the one wall that I needed to strip. The backing instantly started to bubble. Used a putty knife and the wallpaper backing came off like butter. Was it the hot water? The Krud Kutter? I don't know, but I don't ever remember removing wallpaper backing this easily. Highly recommended. December 20, 2015
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