Krud Kutter KK012 Clear Original Concentrated Cleaner Degreaser/Stain Remover with No Odor, 1 Gallon

February 10, 2016 - Comment

No other single product removes really tough soils as quickly and effectively from so many different surfaces. The concentrated commercial strength formula safely and easily removes: dried latex paint, paint overspray, wallpaper adhesive, tape residue, food and drink stains, glue and adhesive, acid rain, bird droppings, smoke damage, tree sap, grease and oil, marker and

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No other single product removes really tough soils as quickly and effectively from so many different surfaces. The concentrated commercial strength formula safely and easily removes: dried latex paint, paint overspray, wallpaper adhesive, tape residue, food and drink stains, glue and adhesive, acid rain, bird droppings, smoke damage, tree sap, grease and oil, marker and crayon, pet stains, brake dust, fireplace soot, oxidation, lipstick, scuff marks, blood stains, sun tan oil. tar and wax, chewing gum, soap scum, mildew stains, shoe polish and more. Directions for use: Always test on an inconspicuous area first. Apply directly on surface to be cleaned, and allow to penetrate briefly. Wipe off with a clean cloth or towel. For older, more difficult jobs apply a generous amount of cleaner and allow to stand for a few minutes before wiping dry. For extremely tough jobs, such as the removal of old, dried latex paint, scrub with a brush or scouring pad, and wash off with a wet rag. For engine cleaning, use on a cold dry engine. Do not use on varnished surfaces or leather. Contains: A proprietary blend of biodegradable surfactants, detergents, and emulsifiers, in a water-based solution. No petroleum solvents, bleach or ammonia. Caution: Eye and skin irritant. In case of contact with eyes or skin, flush with water for 15 minutes. If irritation persists, seek medical attention. If swallowed, take large amounts of water. Do not induce vomiting. Get medical attention. Do not mix this product with any other chemicals. Keep out of reach of children. Mild odor. Container size: 1 gallon.

Product Features

  • No other single product removes really tough stains as quickly and effectively from so many different surfaces
  • Easily Removes: glue and adhesive, grease and oil, marker and crayon, paint overspray, pet stains, tape residue, tree sap, wax, and much more
  • A proprietary blend of biodegradable surfactants, detergents, and emulsifiers, in a water-based solution
  • Water-based, biodegradable, non-flammable, non-toxic and non-abrasive
  • No petroleum solvents, bleach or ammonia

Comments

Susannah says:

Extremely average Reviewers often baffle the reader of cleaning product reviews with statements like “greatest product ever made” and “removed 3 foot deep 100 year old dried elephant dung without any scrubbing” while, at the opposite end of the spectrum, we find “had to scrub for six hours to get a fingerprint off the door handle.” Some of these people have fallen for the already mentioned hyperbole and truly expect easy and fast even though they haven’t cleaned their oven for several years. Others are impressed by anything with any cleaning capability whatsoever. Keeping this in mind, I’ll try to give you an idea of this product’s effectiveness on specific kinds and degrees of crud. Here goes:Dried latex paint on a wooden floor: softened it enough in ten minutes to peel off the paint that had fallen in little, raised drops. The paint that had been accidentally spread thinly over the top of the wood floor was scrubbed off with a gentle scouring pad, but took a little of the finish off the…

Cape Cod says:

Fire Damage – smoke & soot We experienced a devastating house fire. Fire raged through one end of the house, heavy smoke and soot found its way in every nook and cranny. 1400 degree heat melted light fixtures, boiled food in the refrigerator. We had extensive pieces of china (Spode, Wedgewood, Herend), ceramics, glass, crystal (Waterford, Baccarat, Yeoward), kitchen ware – some exposed, some in cabinets. The insurance company sent a “service” out the day of the fire. They took ‘samples’ to see what could be salvaged. When they returned 5 days later, they were prepared to start packing and removing the remaining household items, declaring items were too labor intensive to save. Meanwhile, I went into high gear, filled a couple of plastic bins with similar items and started experimenting with several products at an off site garage sink. Krud Kutter was a name that came up on a fireman’s wife’s blog. I quickly discovered soot and smoke doesn’t rinse off, nor does it wash off easily. I bought the Krud Cutter…

S. Rudolph says:

Boy, do I owe these guys an apology When I first got this product, I tried it out on a few things and wasn’t impressed. It worked all right, but no better than products which cost less. I was about to write a three star review – okay, but not worth the price – when a tenant moved out of the rental house we own.He had lived there four years and was a three-pack a day smoker. You should have seen the place. The nicotine stains didn’t show so badly on the wood-paneled walls (though you could sure smell it), but the windows had so many little brown globules, you could hardly see through them. I tried the standard cleaners, homemade and store-bought, and while some worked better than others, it was clear I was in for a lot of work (or a big cleaning bill). As a last resort, I grabbed the Krud Kutter and gave it a try.One squirt on the windows and little brown rivulets were pouring down. All I had to do was wipe them off. It worked well on other surfaces, too. So well, in fact, that I gave it…

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