So you have a sticker on one of your machines that you want to remove? Is there grease on your machinery you want to get rid of? There are a some ways to fix this, but they tend not to work too well. You rip off stickers but usually there’s a chance you leave some residue. If try to clean the grease with a little spit and elbow grease you’ll find that way isn’t too effective. There is another way…
Alternative ways to get adhesive and grease off?
The internet claims to have at least 20 ways to get grease and adhesive off machinery, equipment, tools and other surfaces you may find some grease or adhesive residue. For the sake of argument, let’s explore some of them:
- Peanut Butter
- Nail Polish Remover
- Hand Lotion
- Furniture Polish
- Tea Tree Oil
- Baby Oil
- Rubbing Alcohol
- Baking Soda
- Water Paste
- Pencil Erasers
- Vegetable Oil
- Cooking Spray
- Petroleum Jelly
- Mr. Clean Magic Eraser
- Eucalyptus Oil
- Hair Spray
Unfortunately, these products mostly work on glass, acrylic or plastic. Some may work on metal, but aren’t totally reliable. What happens when it comes to the business needs.
When would you need to remove adhesive or grease from equipment in your business?
There aren’t a lot of situations where you’ll need to take grease or adhesive off a surface, however if you find yourself in that particular situation then you’ll need to know how. So what kinds of situations would you need to remove adhesive? Here are a couple:
- There is a sticker on a piece of equipment you need to take off and ripping it off will no doubt leave a sticky, annoying residue.
- You may have some buildup on one of your engines or machinery you need to remove
- Your restaurant has some heavily greased surfaces
- Your floors have some sticky substance on them, making it hard to navigate, such in warehouse
- You want your tools to be free of sticky substances and easier to use.
- Any farm equipment you have might be greasy or covered in adhesive residue.
- You need to remove one of the following: oil, grease, resins, ink, gums, and numerous other soils.
If you find yourself in a situation close to those, then you are looking for a industrial degreaser to remove that aforementioned adhesive, glue, grease or sticky substance plaguing your various surfaces. But how is that achieved? Well, let’s explore together…
This industrial degreaser works the best for your professional job
Introducing Natural 100%, the leading degreaser and adhesive remover by Brodi. This stuff works like magic against adhesive and sticky substances on surfaces, ensuring that all your glue and grease related grief will be a thing of the past. This cleaner and degreaser completely removes that sticky adhesive substance, removes oils and is a heavy duty water based degreaser. It’s handy, it’s quick acting, leaves NO toxic fumes and best of all, it leaves a pleasant citrus smell. Let’s see what else this product boasts:
- Great for decal and sticker removal
- 27,000 volt Dielectric Strength
- Removes & dissolves grease, grime, asphalt, oil & tar without harsh toxic fumes
- Heavy flushing action instantly begins working to penetrate, loosen and lift soils away
- Parts can be left to air-dry with negligible residue, or can be rinsed clean with water
- Contains pure natural citrus terpene oil
- Pleasant citrus scent allows for safe and easy use
- Biodegradable and Non- Chlorinated
This product can be used for metal parts, tools, motors, HVAC & electrical equipment, road & farm equipment, concrete, industrial equipment, and engines.
Wow! Environmentally friendly and it gets the job done? Looks like it’s another great product from Brodi. So remember folks, next time you need to get a sticky substance off a surface in your place of business, think of Brodi. Your newly soft and pleasant smelling surfaces will thank you.