I was sent a 32 oz. bottle of Greased Lightning to test out on the inevitable messes that come along with all the hustle and bustle of the holidays. I tried this product out on my shower and was pleased with it. I also shared it with my friend Carol who tried it out on her counter tops and stove top. While reviewing a product, I like to use it for an extended period of time, but I just haven’t had time to fully review Greased Lightning like I’d like to before telling you about it. So instead, I thought I’d share with you what I learned from the label in case you’d like to try it out yourself.
This Super Strength Greased Lightning is a multi-purpose cleaner & degreaser. It claims to remove tough stains, grease, soap scum, mildew and more. It can also be used to pre-treat laundry. I am interested in trying this out since we always have stains ranging from chocolate to mud on my sons clothes! Since it is good for cleaning up grease, my husband even suggested keeping it in the garage. The directions recommend that you spray this on and follow up by rinsing with water, this is why I started in the shower with the Greased Lightning. The directions also say to use gloves while you are using it. The label specifies that Greased Lightning should not be used on painted, varnished or acrylic surfaces, leather, aluminum. Laminated or clear coated surfaces or wood.
You can pick up a bottle of Greased Lightning at Dollar General, Home Depot, Kroger, Lowe’s and Walmart. Greased Lightning is getting a makeover with a new package and scent in 2012. You can follow them on Facebook at www.facebook.com/greasedlightningcleans. If you test out their product, be sure to tell me what you think of it.