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Cleaning Grease from Painted Surfaces

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Care always needs to be taken when cleaning a painted surface. This is a guide about cleaning grease from painted surfaces.
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December 30, 20091 found this helpful

If you are trying to clean cooking grease from a painted wall or stained or painted cabinet, here's my experience.

Mr. Clean Magic Erasers work, but they tear up easily and you need a lot of them. I tried separately vinegar with water, a quarter cup of ammonia to water to make a quart, Dawn liquid soap, and Murphy's oil soap without success.

What worked really well was a little paint thinner on a cloth or paper towel. I had to clean a large area and it did it fast.

By Rob from Lawrence, KS

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December 30, 20090 found this helpful

What would be the best way to clean cooking grease off of painted wooden kitchen cabinets without damaging the paint? Thanks.

Sandy from Kenner, LA

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Removing Grease From Painted Cabinets

I just recently had to do this. I used dish detergent, hot water and a cup of white vinegar. It took a while but they finally came clean. Also Mr Clean sponges seem to work on everything. It wouldn't hurt to try! (08/29/2008)

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By Jessica

Removing Grease From Painted Cabinets

Pour 1/4 cup ammonia in a 1-quart spray bottle. Fill the rest with water. Spray and wipe. You will be amazed! (08/31/2008)

By Jean from MS

Removing Grease From Painted Cabinets

It's a very crazy idea, but I use these baby wipes. They work good and don't harm the hands!

(08/31/2008)

By Eliane

Removing Grease From Painted Cabinets

Two thoughts here- either should work; GOO Gone OR WD-40. Yep it's got fish oil in it and it seems to take grease off everything... even white shirts! (09/02/2008)

By athomewithmama

Removing Grease From Painted Cabinets

Since grease and ammonia combine to make soap, I think that you should give the ammonia a try. If the fumes will work to clean ovens, they should work on this. (09/02/2008)

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By Louise B.

Removing Grease From Painted Cabinets

Murphy's oil soap. I used this on a dresser that came from a heavy smoker's home and it got the sticky residue out. (09/04/2008)

By Annie Rios Hill

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