In the field of industrial and public cleaning, degreaser is simply defined as a chemical product that removes grease. However, some general cleaners may also remove some grease. The degreaser is part of the cleaning agent, so all degreasers are cleaning agents, but not all cleaning agents are degreasers.
Precautions You Should Know when Using Degreaser?
- Know when to use degreaser: In many cases, universal cleaners can do a lot of work. Degreaser is used to remove heavily polluted areas and water-insoluble soil.
- Never mix the degreaser with any other cleaning agents.
- While some degreasing agents act quickly, it is best to let them "stay" on the surface for a few minutes to help dissolve the soil.
- Wear protective clothing; gloves are a must. If you manually clean tiles and grout, you should wear goggles.
- Choose green certified degreasing agents and pay more attention to protecting indoor air quality.
- Some degreasing agents are available in multiple sizes to meet different needs. Ready-to-use (RTU) degreaser has special advantages. The water may be "hard" water or contain minerals, which can affect performance.
- Some degreasers are used with automatic scrubbers to clean the floor.
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