Grease Release

Floor & Hard Surface Biological Cleaner

Grease Release is a concentrated formula containing selected strains of natural enzyme producing bacteria designed to clean and maintain grout and concrete in kitchens and bathrooms. It works to eliminate the build up of oil and grease on industrial kitchen floors and walkways leading into and out of kitchens, and helps keep grout in bathrooms looking clean and bright. While cleaning and brightening tile and grout, one can also easily treat any floor drains by allowing Grease Release to run down the drains while the floor is being cleaned. It combines advanced cleaning technology with beneficial specialized microbes that penetrate porous surfaces and degrade organic build-up and their associated odors.


Product Features

  • Contains over 146 billion enzyme producing bacteria per gallon
  • No harsh chemicals
  • Biodegradable
  • Non-toxic
  • Certified salmonella free
  • Helps prevent slippery floors
  • May be used in kitchens and bathrooms
  • Excellent product for loading docks & dumpsters
  • Helps maintain floor drains

In all cases, allow surface to remain damp a sufficient amount of time for the bacteria to work on the grease and oil build-up. Do not use with bleach, disinfectant, or acids, as they may harm the bacterial performance. Mix with lukewarm or cold tap water. Do not use hot water.

Grease Release should be used at 1-2 oz. per gallon of water for daily maintenance of the floor. For heavy grease buildup, use at 3-4 oz. per gallon of water.

Bacteria Content: 38.65 million/ml (minimum)
Appearance: Cloudy
Color: Blue
Odor: Orange Citrus
Use Dilution: 1:128 to 1:64
Storage Stability: One year minimum in sealed container @ 70° F
Protective Clothing: See Safety Data Sheet (SDS)
VOC’s, % as is: 0.0

Grease Release is generally considered a non-irritant, and does not have a significant risk provided that the proper use, handling and storage precautions are exercised. However, prolonged exposure may cause mild irritation and redness.


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