Removing Oily Residue from Fire on Dishes

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I had a house fire and cleaned all my dishes with a Magic Eraser which did a great job of getting all the smoke off of them. I still find that there is an oily residue left on the dishes. What is the best solution for removing this?

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February 12, 20180 found this helpful

I had a house fire and used ZEP Orange Cleaner from Home Depot. I placed dishes in a plastic bin and soaked dishes overnight. It was magical. The black gooey stuff just melted off. I used it to clean even the glass and wood furniture.

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February 12, 20180 found this helpful

I had a house fire and used ZEP Orange Cleaner from Home Depot. I placed dishes in a plastic bin and soaked dishes overnight. It was magical. The black gooey stuff just melted off. I used it to clean even the glass and wood furniture.

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February 12, 20180 found this helpful

ZEP Orange Cleaner

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