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DEPARTMENT x ECP Spray Bottle
PRODUCT Greasy Joe Oil Crud & Grime Remover
DESCRIPTION

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This is a powerful and simple solution for removing contaminants such as oil, grease, grime, tar, tree sap wax and adhesive deposits from all metal surfaces including wheels, paintwork, engines, machinery and any metal components. 'Greasy Joe' is extremely effective in removing oil based stains from, garage floors, paths parking bays, patios and driveways. Protect electrics if using in engine compartments from water overspray.

SIZE 500 ml liquid - spray application
MORE INFO. This product is highly concentrated so please use sparingly and you will get the best results. Use this product as a preparatory agent for our unique polishing and restoration process. Spray contaminated area, wait about 10 minutes and rinse off with water. If used on engines, warming the engine first gives best results.
 
 
 
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