Degreasers are cleaning agents which remove water-insoluble substances such as grease and oils from hard surfaces such as floors, machinery, parts, and tools.
General Purpose Water-Based Degreasers
General purpose degreasers use water as the primary solvent to break down and lift off deposits of grease, oils, and dirt. These degreasers are commonly used to clean parts, machinery, and electrical components.
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General Purpose Water-Based Degreasers Aerosol Spray Can, sorted by Container Size, custom
Strong-acting industrial degreasers are more effective than general purpose degreasers at cutting through the toughest petroleum greases and fatty oils. Solvent-based degreasers use natural- (citrus, soy, or pine oil) or chemical-based solvents to break down and dissolve grease, oils, ink, grime, and adhesives. These degreasers clean and remove contaminants from tools, parts, and machinery.
Strong-Acting Solvent-Based Degreasers Citrus-Based Solvent, sorted by Container Type, custom
Food-processing industry degreasers meet NSF (National Sanitation Foundation) Certification to break down and remove deposits of grease, oils, and dirt without harmful contamination or hazardous disposal. These solutions clean cooking surfaces, machinery, drain lines, and grease pits in restaurants, food service, and food and beverage manufacturing.
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