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How To Clean Years Of Kitchen Grease

Updated on August 27, 2011

Awsome All Purpose Cleaner

This is the bottle you are looking for!
This is the bottle you are looking for!

A product that really works!

Do you put off cleaning the grease build up in your kitchen? Well, I have good news for you! A cleaner that actually works like a champ!

I discovered Awesome many years ago when I owned a cleaning business. I was struggling with major kitchen grease in a vacant apartment and getting nowhere fast. The grease was so thick it stunk up the room and covered the cabinets, walls, and floors. I mentioned my dilema to a friend during a phone call about dinner plans at my home that evening. She chuckled and said she would stop at the store before she came to dinner saying she had just the product for me! As promised she showed at my door with 2 bottles of Awesome All Purpose cleaner. Those 2 bottles changed my life. This may sound extreme to those who do not know of what I speak, yet I know some of you are nodding your head. A good cleaning product can make or break a cleaning project!

Important tips:

  • Make sure the area is well ventilated. The smell can get overpowering!
  • Use full strength when cleaning thick grease. For maintenance dilute 1/3 solution to 2/3's water.
  • Wear gloves!
  • Items needed; green scrubby, plenty of cloth rags, an empty sink with running hot water (for the first step in cleaning).
  • For final touches; clean cloth rags, a clean sponge, diluted cleaner.
  • First spray an area about 2 feet wide starting at the top. Saturate with the undiluted cleaner. Wait until the drips get about 6 inches down and wet your green scrubby. Scrub hard and wipe with a clean wet rag. Repeat this until you get to the bottom and repeat as many times as necessary. Clean each area until the grease is no longer visible. This can take more than one pass over each area.
  • Second spray with diluted Awesome and wipe with a wet rag. Then take a wet sponge and do a final wipe down.
  • When doing floors it is best to get down on your hands and knees and do the same as instructed above waiting about a minute before using the green scrubby.

Cleaning up a grungy kitchen is never an easy task. However with Awesome cleaner it is sure to get clean!

This product is also very inexpensive! You can find it at Dollar Tree and 99ยข Only Stores.

Good luck!

God bless...Becky Jo

Here are some of the items needed listed in my article.

Zwipes 735 Microfiber Towel Cleaning Cloths, 12 Pack
Zwipes 735 Microfiber Towel Cleaning Cloths, 12 Pack
These work great and can be washed and reused.


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    • tlpoague profile image


      9 years ago from USA

      I use this stuff all the time when I clean for some of my clients. My mother-in-law introduced it to me. Great hub!!

    • InspiredHippy profile imageAUTHOR

      Becky Jo Gibson 

      10 years ago from Downtown San Diego, California

      Why Thank You kind lady! I'll be writing a few more about these handy dandy cleaning products that are cheap too! Gotta love em!

      God Bless, Becky Jo

    • ethel smith profile image

      Ethel Smith 

      10 years ago from Kingston-Upon-Hull

      Good job. A product that actually works.


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