Removing Grease from a Laminate Tabletop?

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Removing grease can be a stubborn cleaning job. To clean it from laminate table tops you will just need to try a variety of products until you find one the works. This is a page about removing grease from a laminate tabletop.


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April 20, 2017

I have a restaurant that has laminate table tops, but there are 3 tables that seem to catch grease in the air that settles on the tabletop. Now the tables seem to be sticky, but nothing seems to able to clean it off. I have tried commercial degreaser, Goof Off, Goo Gone, dishwashing soap, Windex, bleach, hot water, and baking soda. Nothing seems to work. I even tried lighter fluid as well. Help? When customers touch the top, it feels like the table is dirty, but it's these grease stains that I can not get rid off.
I am very close to ordering new table tops, but they are only 3 years old.
Thank you in advance!


April 21, 20170 found this helpful
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It sounds like you have tried most types of recommended cleaners so I'm wondering if there is something special about these tables that has not happened to your other tables?


I would only recommend trying Bar Keepers Friend, Soft Scrub, or some of the automotive cleaners (but these can be strong so use caution).
You may have to go with adding plexiglass tops if none of the helps.

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April 3, 2016

I want to restore a laminate table top that has a ring created by a sun screen with high alcohol content. The laminate top is made to look like wood. We tried a color stick, but nothing adheres it just wipes off.


April 5, 20160 found this helpful

You might try Armor All Protectant, on the spot...

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