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Grinandbearit

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We were finally able to evict renters from our small house and it is pretty trashed. The kitchen is especially disgusting. If we had the money we would gut it and replace cabinets. The grease and grime is so thick you can practically scrape it up. Any suggestions on a powerful degreaser? Or anyone have a secret diy formula? Thanks in advance!
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For extremely difficult grease stains, you can use a Phosphate-free TSP(trisodium phosphate) or SAVORGRAN in layman's. It is a good replacement for the toxic, heavy duty cleaners that we all want to avoid coming from société ménage pro experts!
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