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What Do Soap Scum and Exhaust Pipe Residue Have In Common?

Posted by Michael Mankarious on 3rd Apr 2015

What Do Soap Scum and Exhaust Pipe Residue Have In Common?

They don't stand a chance against our all purpose cleaner, W99.

W99 is known for its ability to clean carbonized residue around exhaust pipes (check out this video from Auto Obsessed on how to do this), remove dirt and grease from engines, wheel wells and remove oil stains from concrete and carpeting.

But W99 also makes an excellent degreaser around the house and is very economical to boot!. Mix 1 oz with 16 oz of distilled water to make a grease fighting solution that you can use in the kitchen or on the barbecue grill to get rid of the most stubborn grease.

W99 is also great at removing the most stubborn soap scum (1:5-1:10) and unclogging drains (1:5). 

Area of Use and Dilution Recommendation

Remove Acrylic paint sealants 1:4

Steam-jet appliances 1:50

Engine cleaning 1:3 to 1:10

Car carpets as shampoo 1:30

as stain-remover 1:5

Chromium 1:10

Manual glass-cleaning (not a window washer additive) 1:120

Insect-remover 1:5

High pressure cleaning of hard surfaces 1:300

Routine cleaning 1:10 to 1:30

Cleaning machines and equipment   1:10 to 1:30

Plastic surfaces (no Plexiglas, no acrylic glass) 1:10 to 1:30

Concrete surfaces 1:2 to 1:10

Asphalt (oil stains) 1:5 to 1:20

Ceramic surfaces 1:10 to 1:30

Marble surfaces 1:10 to 1:30

Painted and enamelled surfaces 1:10 to 1:30

Carpets (man-made fibres only) 1:30

Fume-extractor hoods, ovens, cookers,

Stainless-steel exhaust pipes 1:1

Sanitary installations 1:5

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