Any House cleaners here end of lease?

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  1. Neil

    Neil Grand Master
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    What chemical do you use to get rid of heavy thick grease on outside of wooden kitchen cupboards? Don't say ubik as I have used it and it's not strong enough :(
     
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  2. adyspurs

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    I've found the best way of dealing with this is to use some kind of degreasing agent,soak all the cupboards up and let it soak for a while.
    Use a green pad,wipe over the go over again with a nice deodoriser,key thing is to let the chemical do the work matey .
     
  3. Neil

    Neil Grand Master
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    Wow ady where you been mate? I've tried all that mate it's just don't do it , it's hard graft lol
     
  4. adyspurs

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    Oh been so busy mate,fill you in at the weekend.
    Right have you a steamer, you may need to blast it of.
    I know what you mean,all smear marks left and layers of grease.are they decent cupboards.?
     
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    Why I ask is because I've used HG oven cleaner on fatty cupboards and that shifted it but test in an inconspicuous place first!
     
  6. Duncs

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    hi ady welcome back its been a while
     
  7. adyspurs

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    Yes mate,been a lot going on,good to be back.Try to help out and keep this forum alive.
     
  8. Neil

    Neil Grand Master
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    Yeah they were good cupboards ady been doing this for a while now and it's just the wooden cupboards that take me ages i only come across them every now and then luckily ! I might need to get a steamer for this good thinking
     
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    cherryrosh Newcomer
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    You can use Bio Clean to clean the grease thickness. It is a multipurpose cleaner that no only clean grease and oil but also clean hard surface, walls, hobs, fittings and tabs as well. So, try this product..
     
  10. adyspurs

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    Bio clean Neil,I've used this but if you are coming across a lot of grim cleans it may be well worth investing in one.
     
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