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post #1 of 22 Old 05-05-2012, 09:27 AM Thread Starter
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Has anyone used this stuff??

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post #2 of 22 Old 05-05-2012, 09:59 AM
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Never heard of it but a picture or a link to what your are talking about would be nice. Other wise I am going to assume you are talking about something along the lines of Simple Green.

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Never heard of it but a picture or a link to what your are talking about would be nice. Other wise I am going to assume you are talking about something along the lines of Simple Green.


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I tried this stuff on my Z, it was amazing!!! Just don't know if it's bad for my baby

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I think that is the stuff I used to clean the garage floor. The previous home owner was rebuilding a car in there for a long time. It got all the oil and transmission fluid off/out of the floor.

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^^ Amazing product if it did that.

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I think that is the stuff I used to clean the garage floor. The previous home owner was rebuilding a car in there for a long time. It got all the oil and transmission fluid off/out of the floor.
Awesome!! I had alot of road grim and black stuff on my bike from riding rain or shine, my pressure washer wouldn't take it off so I try some off this stuff and BLING!! A brand new DRZ appeared!

But...being that it destroyed the road grim like that I'm wonder what else its going to "eat", guess I should google it

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Safely Dissolves Grease and Oils on Most Everything!

• Get rid of grease and oil from asphalt and concrete and everything in between; as well as engines, lawn mowers, tools, ovens and outdoor grills.

• So safe you can use it on dirty clothes, or to clean stains from carpets, upholstery and filthy floor mats.

• Perfect for pressure washing and parts cleaning.

Guess that sums it up!

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We use it in our shop. It cuts through the grime real well.

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We use it in our shop. It cuts through the grime real well.
Just bought a gallon on eBay but got screwed is cheaper on amazon

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Tried it again, this stuff rocks!!! My Z is brand new again, and biodegradable to boot

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How about that S100 stuff? Anybody use that? Is it all it's cracked up to be?

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i'm gonna have to find some of this stuff! where can i find it locally?

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i'm gonna have to find some of this stuff! where can i find it locally?
eBay or amazon comes right to yer door

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eBay or amazon comes right to yer door
want it local so i can use it asap

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want it local so i can use it asap
Costco :

Atleast that's what yahoo said

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Costco :

Atleast that's what yahoo said
yeah that's what i thought, but the costco website said they dont carry that product anymore

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yeah that's what i thought, but the costco website said they dont carry that product anymore
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we sell that stuff to mechanics that work on diesel forklifts, top-loaders and other heavy machinery, and they swear by it. I've used it to clean all kinds of messes and it cuts through grease and oil that nothing else will budge. One thing I've noticed is that if you have some heavier crud to clean, spray it on and let it work for a couple minutes, and it'll eat into it more. Good stuff in my opinion.

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found oil eater at the local costco for $14 for 2 1 gallon jugs and 1 qt spray bottle. have yet to try the stuff!

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found oil eater at the local costco for $14 for 2 1 gallon jugs and 1 qt spray bottle. have yet to try the stuff!
Damn!!! I got screwed! I heading for Costco ASAP, this stuff is badass!! My bikes and car wheels look brand new....with no scrubbing!

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post #22 of 22 Old 05-14-2012, 07:42 PM
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All the trucks in our fleet are white (wtf) and sometimes Oil Eaters is the only thing that will get the occasional oily handprint off. Especially the older trucks that have gone chalky. Glad to hear it's working for ya.

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