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ZEP 128 oz. Heavy Duty Citrus Degreaser
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ZEP

128 oz. Heavy Duty Citrus Degreaser

  • Cleans stainless steel, appliances and kitchen surfaces
  • Removes adhesives, grease and oil from most surfaces
  • Strong enough to remove grease from engines and tools
$11.47 /each

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This powerful multi-purpose cleaner and degreaser are made with a natural citrus solvent that powers through the toughest grease, dirt and grime. Dissolving away the most stubborn stains, ZEP Heavy Duty Citrus Degreaser is great for cleaning in the home, garage, shop and office. This degreaser can be used on appliances, grills, stove tops, concrete, tools, engines, fiberglass, aluminum, stainless steel and kitchen surfaces.

  • Quickly and easily lifts grease, germs, dirt and oil
  • Great for cleaning tough jobs on nearly every surface
  • Deodorizes as it cleans with real citrus solvents
  • Professional strength formula cleans better than orange oil

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Can you put this diluted in a power washer?

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October 26, 2016
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Zep Heavy Duty Citrus Degreaser is not recommended for use through a pressure washer.
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Can this be used on the old wood kitchen cabinets to clean and prepare them to be painted?

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Sanding is the best way to prepare wood cabinet surfaces for painting. Use 220 or 240 grit, then go down to 320, then 400. If you want to clean prior to sanding, I would suggest using a bucket of hot water with a cup or two of TriSodiumPhosphate dissolved in it, then add a couple of tablespoons of dish washing liquid. The easy way out is to just wash the cabinets. But just using a cleaner will NOT Read More
Sanding is the best way to prepare wood cabinet surfaces for painting. Use 220 or 240 grit, then go down to 320, then 400. If you want to clean prior to sanding, I would suggest using a bucket of hot water with a cup or two of TriSodiumPhosphate dissolved in it, then add a couple of tablespoons of dish washing liquid. The easy way out is to just wash the cabinets. But just using a cleaner will NOT properly prepare the cabinet surface for painting, nor will it promote adhesion other than remove surface dirt. You will be much happier with the results if you sand, wipe with a rag and either plain old water or paint thinner, allow to dry, then paint. Read Less
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This can be used to clean old wood cabinets.
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what chemicals are in this besides citrus? I can't seem to find an ingredient list on your product.

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The ingredients listing can be located on our website (www.zepcommercial.com). Once you locate the product, click "Back Label Information" on the toolbar located to the right hand side.
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Can zep heavy duty citrus degreaser be used to clean exhaust duct that socks up grill smoke and grease

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Yes, sure. You may need to use in full strength.
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128 oz. Heavy Duty Citrus Degreaser is rated 4.6 out of 5 by 56.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from great stuff but it turned my black range hood grey. I guess I should have diluted it. It took all the grease off. My black stove kept its colour
Date published: 2016-09-30
Rated 5 out of 5 by from My first choice for dirty jobs. This gets used all the time. I like to split it up with one spray bottle at full strength and one diluted to half strength or less, and pick the best one for the job. This is great for cleaning up old equipment you've bought or going to sell - it really picks cuts through the grease, grime, and dirt like almost nothing else. I've also used it to clean up the soles of dirty shoes, quick wipe downs of melamine shelving, and get rid of hard water crust on shower heads by soaking the head in a container of diluted cleaner. And HD has it at the best price I've seen for this size of orange cleaner.
Date published: 2009-12-29
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great product! Their spray bottles are worthless/leak I have used this product in many applications. It does not discolor surfaces, it has a pleasant aroma, it is powerful but will not burn your skin, it is biodegradable and rinses clean. Good for grease and grime removal on auto engines, motorcycles, lawn mowers, etc. Negative: Their spray bottles are worthless. They leak almost instantly. I have gone thru at least a dozen of their spray bottles and they all leaked at the trigger. I called the company several times and only received obfuscation. They always want the serial numbers off the bottles after I have sent them to recycle. Frustrating to deal with.
Date published: 2013-02-21
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Have made a permanent change I am a commercial cleaner, cleaning businesses, but mostly clean apartment move outs, many people move and leave the kichen stove, cabinets, walls and counters with spots of grease that have been there months to years. This product works great, It's wonderful that its a concentrate and can be diluted depending on the mess, the smell leaves a nice citrus scent. This doesn't bother my airways, like other degreasers can. It's safe for almost all home surfaces, highly recommend!
Date published: 2013-04-02
Rated 5 out of 5 by from ZEP Heavy-Duty Citrus Degreaser This is a wonderful degreaser. My dishwasher was dying a slow, terrible death because of the fatty oils left in the bottom of the casserole dishes as they were placed in the dishwasher. My dishwasher is 20 years old and the grand kids' dishwasher only five years old. The only dishwasher they have ever seen that still works at 20 years old is mine. ZEP Degreaser helped me illustrate exactly why I always pre-wipe or pre-wash the cookware before loading it into the dishwasher. I used less than 1/2 cup for the pre-soak and the cookware sparkles..
Date published: 2016-04-30
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Excellent Water Based Degreaser There are two products I use in my shop to degrease auto and truck parts. This stuff and Trisodium Phosphate powder. Both are excellent for dispersing and removing grease and oil from anything. Far superior to using an organic solvent, especially the chlorinated solvents out there that are effective degreasers, such as Brakeclean. No respirator needed when you go water based. And this cleaner can be used to clean your engine too (just rinse it thoroughly on painted surfaces). And sometimes I mix the two together with water for a great one-two punch. They (Citrus and Trisodium Phosphate) are both excellent to remove paint. Having said that, you know that this product should be used carefully on painted surfaces; it must be quickly rinsed off (scrupulously) with plenty of warm water. Do not use without gloves. It removes every molecule of oil from your skin, similar to Borax. Another little known use for this product that many will appreciate: it cleans every possible fingerprint and stain off of stainless steel surfaces, and leaves no residue if rinsed and wiped down completely. This is by far the best product of any for detailing stainless steel cooktops, refrigerator, oven and dishwasher surfaces. When I get done using this to clean those things, the kitchen looks stunning. Mix about one part to 20 parts water, or just throw a cup or two in a bucket with two gallons of hot water, put gloves on and use a sponge to clean the surfaces. Rinse with hot water and sponge, and dry surface with a clean dry towel immediately. Make sure you wipe the stainless steel with the grain or you will scratch it, no matter how soft the sponge may be. Instant gratification for those of us who are hard core detail freaks.
Date published: 2014-10-22
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Detailing buisness I have been using this product for a year now to clean rims, tires, and wheel wells. This stuuff works great, i mix up 4 oz. in a 32 oz. spray bottle and it cleans chrome wheels better than anything i have ever used, it is also very cheap which saves me money for more profit in my detailing!
Date published: 2012-01-31
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Good only for flat surfaces with already loose grease I got this degreaser to try and degrease my kitchen vent panels and it didn't really break up any of the grease. I soaked my vent panels several times overnight in this stuff at undiluted and slightly diluted levels and all it really did was put a sticky film onto the panels that I then had to wash away with soap and water. The fresh grease came off but anything stuck on and old just clung onto the grooves of the panels. I found that soap and water actually did a better job at cleaning my panels than this degreaser. Since I only got the spray bottle I'll keep it around for any splatter mess I may have on flat services, but I'm on the hunt for something that'll actually work to break up tough grease. FYI I used this on stainless steel.
Date published: 2012-02-03
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