GreaseMaster Degreaser Concentrate

Frequently asked Questions

  1. What is the dilution factor?
    The GreaseMaster is pre-diluted at 100:1.

  2. How do I use it with a pressure washer?
    The pre-diluted solution is injected through the soap feeder.

  3. Does it leave an oily film on the metal?
    No, it provides an oil/grease-free surface that can be painted.

  4. Can it be used with salt water?
    It works well with salt water.

  5. Is heat necessary? And at what temperature?
    Hot water is always conducive to cleaning of oil or grease; the GreaseMaster cleans best at 130F or higher.

  6. What about skin irritation?
    No skin irritation.

  7. What coverage do I get from one gallon?
    The average is 1600 sq.ft.

  8. What differentiates it from all other cleaners?
    It acts as a de-emulsifier, separating oil and grease deposits from liquids or solids.

  9. What about the pH?
    The ready to use solution has a pH of 6.5 (near neutral).

  10. Is it alkaline based?
    No, contains no alkali compounds.

  11. How cost effective is it?
    The best way to answer this is that the savings in shipping costs already pay for the product cost.

  12. How does it clean oil/grease that is deeply ensconced into the metal?
    The separation ability of the GreaseMaster provides this superior cleaning.

  13. What about water pollution?
    The GreaseMaster has no adverse effect on marine organisms.

  14. What is the best way to dispose of the used solution?
    Let it separate for 24 hours in a holding tank, skim the oil/grease residues from the top and the liquid can then be disposed as 'non-hazardous' rinse water.

  15. What is it made of?
    It is manufactured from organic plants and can be used as a liquid fertilizer in the garden.

  16. What pressure washer do I need?
    3200-3500-psi is sufficient.

  17. Can this product degrease 'Black Oil'?
    Yes, both Black Oil and Six Oil have been successfully removed from metal surfaces.

  18. What about fumes and air pollution?
    None, as certified by the AQMD in California.

  19. How do you test for presence of oil/grease on the surface?
    One of the common methods is to use an UV-light, where such deposits will show up.

  20. What else can I use this product for?
    The applications are numerous, from laundry detergent to food processing plants, any kind of degreasing can be safely performed with the GreaseMaster.

  21. What is the most sensitive cleaning process that this product has performed?
    Cleaning baby milk bottles, for which it meets the US FDA requirements was one very special job; the other was cleaning birds from oil that had been trapped in their feathers after a tanker oil spill off the Japanese coast.