Purple Power Degreaser Concentrate, 2.5 Gallons
|MSRP : $46.68|
Sale : $11.67
|Sold & shipped by Walmart|
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Purple Power Degreaser Concentrate, 2.5 Gallons:
- Concentrated formula penetrates grease, oil and dirt on contact
- Creates a barrier between stain and surface
- Wipes away even the toughest stains
- Biodegradable, non-abrasive, non-flammable and phosphate-free
- Industrial degreaser concentrate with a formula that can be used on a variety of surfaces
- Safer for the environment
- For auto, home, marine, farm and commercial use
great for laundry, use anywhere grease is, even on your stove. best cleaner I've ever bought!
Awesome Purple Power!!!
I bought a parts washer and was told this was the best water-based degreaser. I have limited use of it so far but it seems to do a really nice job getting everything cleaned up and looking good with a little elbow grease. I still would prefer a solvent based cleaner but this works about as well. Be sure to wear gloves when using this concentrate as it is almost impossible to get off of your hands... really slick stuff. Use this degreaser undiluted for best results.
I heard that it works great on engine motors. I tried a gallon and I was amazed. My motor and hood liner turned out looking new. One caution is DO NOT GET ON YOUR PAINT. I have used it as a cleaner for sinks and tubs and it can't be any easier. Just spray in your tub and wait a few minutes then rinse. It takes away soap scum in an instant and leaves chrome fixtures bright. I have cleaned our drive way and many things around the house and it seemed to clean some of the rust off of my bike. I am on my second gallon and have run out of things to clean. Try it, its cheap too. There are some Youtube reviews on line worth watching. Even removes paint from plastic model cars and planes.
Not the Purple Power I am used to.
Purchased 12.5 gallons of this for our shop. We use the product every day, but this brand is weak. Compared to the last batch of ZEP Purple Power cleaner this stuff in ineffective. We clean engines so the strength of the product is paramount and we cannot get the job done with this batch. I should have suspected it would be watered down because the price was very low. This is another classic "you get what you pay for" story.
Just used it on my mobile home to clean dirt & mildew off. I dillute it down to about 1/3rd gal Purple Power to approx 2/3rds water spray it on with a insecticide pump sprayer. Let it sit for 5 min's then take a car brush and wipe over area & rinse off. To me ,it beats using Clorox or other cleaners.