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Safe and Effective Metal Cleaning (continued)

Grease Removal

Grease, fingerprints, or oily deposits are sometime difficult to remove with your daily cleaner.  Some of the stronger degreasing cleaners contain butoxyethanol or similar ingredients. If you use them:

Wear gloves and goggles

Spray the degreaser onto your rag or brush, then wipe the metal surface

If that doesn’t work carefully spray degreaser onto the metal while holding your rag nearby to prevent overspray

Let the degreaser sit on the metal briefly, and then wipe it

Afterwards you may need to remove streaks from the degreaser by using your regular cleaner

Don’t use any degreasers made for auto repair work because they may contain flammable ingredients such as naphtha or hexane.

                             For more information on metal cleaning see:

                       http://www.wrppn.org/Janitorial/factsheets/metal.htm

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