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Product Description

Extreme (02 EC)

Remove grease and oil with the strongest and best degreaser Snee Chemical Company manufactures. Extreme is a high alkaline industrial cleaner and degreaser that is USDA Authorized (A8) for use as a carbon remover for cooking and smoking equipment, utensils, and related surfaces. Apply with microfiber cloth or spray and wipe. It can be used in hard, soft, or salt water. Personal Protective Equipment is recommended.

Ideal for cleaning ovens, grills, hoods, grease filter canopies, machinery, and exhaust fans.

Extreme comes in concentrated form. Concentrated formulas are an economical option for consumers because they are manufactured using fewer resources. However, care should be taken by the end-user to ensure the solution is properly mixed, thus creating a product capable of performing as described. Refer to product label for further instructions.

This item is classified as a Hazardous Material. Additional shipping fees will apply.

Specs:
pH: >13.0
SPECIFIC GRAVITY: 1.21
COLOR: Flourescent yellow
ODOR: Rubbery


Dilution:
1:256 Light Duty
1:40 Medium Duty
For Heavy Duty cleaning, add product as needed.

Availability:
4/1 gal case
5 gal pail
30 gal drum (add 3-5 days)
55 gal drum (add 3-5 days)

Manufacturer: Snee Chemical Company
Model#: 02 EC
Shipping Weight: 40lbs (case) | 45lbs (5 gal) | 265lbs (30 gal) | 490lbs (55 gal)


MSDS sheet available after purchase.
  • Model: 02 EC
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