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WHAT CAN I POLISH WITH EZZY SHINE?
Paint, Glass & Chrome, along with any surface designed to shine.
Cars, Boats, Motorcycles. Surfaces like granite counter tops, sinks and faucets will have an exceptional shine with a coating of Ezzy Shine on them.
WHAT IS THE BEST WAY TO USE EZZY SHINE?
Simply spray on-wipe off. Continue to buff dry until surface is completely dry.
CAN I SPRAY ON AND WIPE OFF EZZY SHINE ON VEHICLES?
Yes, Ezzy Shine will not dry to a haze like wax so there will be no white powdery residue in crack
and crevices between the hood and fenders or around emblems. Also, any over spray will dry clear thereby not leaving white residue on rubber or plastic parts.
One good way to stretch the product out is to use 2 towels. A slightly damp one, and a completely dry one. Spray a small section on the vehicle at a time.
Use the damp cloth to spread it around then immediately buff dry to a brilliant shine with the dry cloth.
WHAT OTHER WAYS CAN EZZY SHINE BE USED ON CARS, BOATS OR MOTORCYCLES?
One good way is to wash the vehicle then rinse thoroughly.
While still wet, spray a liberal amount onto a water droplets, a small section at a time. The water droplets will immediately begin to run off.
Using a clean soft towel, then dry the surface completely. Flip the cloth over frequently to keep the dry part of the towel on the surface.
Replace the towel with a dry one as it absorbs the moisture. As Ezzy Shine bonds to the surface it will become very slippery.
This is because you are leaving a bonded protective coating behind. The more you buff over the surface, the shiner it will become.
If there is any streaking, simply wipe with damp cloth then buff with a dry cloth to a brilliant shine.
CAN I USE EZZY SHINE FOR WINDOWS AND MIRRORS?
Yes, spray onto windows, glass doors, or mirrors then thoroughly dry with clean soft cloth.
As the product bonds to the surface it will leave a protective coating behind that helps resit fingerprints, dust and dirt.
They will have a shine you've never seen before. If they do pick up any fingerprints later, simply wipe off with a clean dry towel.
WHAT IS THE RECOMMENDED DILUTION FOR GREASE GONE?
Heavy Cleaning:      1 part Grease Gone to 10 parts water
Medium Cleaning:  1 part Grease Gone to 20 Parts water
Light Cleaning:        1 part Grease Gone to 40 parts water
CAN I USE GREASE GONE AS A FLOOR CLEANER?
Yes, a cup or two in a mop bucket half full of water will clean greasy or dirty floors.
If the floor is extremely greasy or dirty, a little stronger dilution is recommended.
Slop-mop the solution on the floor, let stand a couple minutes then scrub with bristled brush. Rinse to floor drains or mop up into a mop bucket.
When dry, the floor will be exceptionally clean. Pour the greasy mop water down the drains. It will continue to dissolve slug in drain lines
helping keep them grease free. Also when the mop is rinsed out it will be a cleaner mop so the next time you will start with a clean, grease-free mop.
Since grease is detrimental to fabric, the mops last longer because Grease Gone keeps them grease free.
CAN I USE GREASE GONE TO CLEAN KITCHEN GREASE FILTERS?
Yes, fill a sink about half full of hot water, add a couple cups of Grease Gone and soak the filters.
If they stick out of the solution, let them soak 15-30 minutes then turn them over allowing the other half of the filters to soak.
Rinse and reinstall when dry. Release the greasy water down the drain. The greasy water will help keep the drain grease free.
CAN I USE GREASE GONE ON CARPETS?
Yes, Grease Gone does not spot, fade, discolor or deteriorate fabric. It is safe on all fabrics.
CAN I USE GREASE GONE TO OPEN DRAINS?
Grease Gone is not a drain opener as such. It won't dissolve hair, or solid objects like food or paper etc.
However if the sluggish running drain is caused by soap scum or grease settling in the drains, pour a few ounces of grease Gone into the drain.
Let it set for 15-30 minutes then flush with hot water. This usually takes care of the problem. A couple ounces every few weeks in each drain is a good way to maintain free flowing drains.
CAN I USE GREASE GONE TO CLEAN ALL WASHABLE SURFACES?
Yes, dilute according to the conditions of the surface you need to clean. Seldom will you need to use it full strength.