Rated 4.5 out of 5 by 56
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by rfpnc1 Yep to Zep: It Cut the Crud
I used Zep Heavy Duty Citrus Degreaser on three things: my old stove, a large plastic storage crate, and the flooring on my porch. Unfortunately, I forgot to take a 'before' picture of my stove, but I did get before-and-after photos of the crate and floor. I think the pictures speak for themselves!
On my stove, old stains that I thought were permanent were removed when I sprayed the Zep Degreaser, allowed it to work, and then scrubbed. The same thing happened with the crate and the floor. I simply sprayed the object, let the liquid work, and then cleaned it up with a wet rag. Voila! I was impressed with the difference.
A very good product with a pleasant scent and powerful cleaning ability.
September 7, 2013
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by AZHawg Cleans like a snap, with nice scent!
Zep has been known for their success in industrial-strength cleaners, and this one has that reputation covered!
Anyone who has done peel-and-stick tiles knows the gooey residue that can be left by some of those tiles. Well, enter Zep Heavy-Duty Citrus cleaner; it cleaned up that goo using just paper towels! Ni hard scrubbing, just spray on, wait a minute or two, then wipe that bad goo away!
I also use it to clean off my table-saw top and bandsaw table, too. It cut through the sap from the pine very quickly. I plan to try it to clean my saw blades, also.
It sure makes an ideal substitute from caustic cleaners that I sometimes have to use! The nice pleasant scent of orange is reminiscent of peeling an orange, so no nasty cleaner odors, either!
This seems like a winner all the way! Just check out my before and after photos below!
December 4, 2012
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Lacey Amazed!
I have stainless appliance which I hate because they always look streaked and water stained. My dishwasher is the worst. Well today I sprayed this on all the old water streaks and previous cleaner streaks, and they are gone. Now I will tell you that they didn't come off the first spray round, and I rinsed the cleaner after the first two sprays and wipe downs with a damp paper towel because I was still getting streaks from the cleaner, probably from all the old build up. Then I dried it with another clean paper towel. I can't believe how new my dishwasher looks now.
May 13, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Kev 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
September 30, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Gordie Spray bottle needs a vent
This liquid degreaser worked great. The spray bottle is horrible. When the garage warms up, citrus degreaser expands and runs all over the workbench. After at least four bottles made a mess, I stopped buying it.
The bottle needs to be vented.
May 20, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Rod best cleaner for the buck
easy to use works good on bowling balls cleans them up and removes oil and belt marks
best to use before you bake your bowling ball and use after you have done so also good to use a spray bottle to have around for general purposes
June 18, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Yazsgranny 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..
April 30, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by JohnS For oily cleaning
This product, while is not really good for general cleaning, works great on those oily spills and oily dirt. Or for anything that is greasy or petroleum-based, like removing sticker residue. The trigger has both a Spray and a Stream setting to allow varied application. When you go to wipe it off, I find its best to use a damp/wet cloth so the surface gets rinsed well with water. For tough sticky stuff, multiple applications might be necessary. Follow the directions and you will be fine.
January 23, 2013