Item # 30768ZP BRAND: Oil Eater

Oil Eater Cleaner and Degreaser 5 Gallon

A safer, water based, non-toxic solution for all your greasy cleaning jobs
A safer, water based, non-toxic solution for all your greasy cleaning jobs
Oil Eater Cleaner and Degreaser 5 Gallon is rated 4.4 out of 5 by 5.
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A safer, water based, non-toxic solution for all your greasy cleaning jobs
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Oil Eater Cleaner and Degreaser 5 Gallon

Description

A safer, water based, non-toxic solution for all your greasy cleaning jobs

  • Safer for you and the environment
  • Non-toxic, biodegradable, non-corrosive
  • Water based, no chemical smell
  • Dissolves organic and petroleum based grease and oil
  • Safe enough to use to clean kitchens and BBQ grills
  • Dilute 3:1 with water for use in parts washers
  • Dilute 25:1 for ultra-sonic cleaners or dip tanks
  • Pre-treat grease stains in laundry
  • Wash away oil spots in the driveway
  • 5 gallon bucket

Oil Eater cleaner and degreaser is specially formulated to be safer than old style petroleum based solvent cleaners. Its specially developed chemistry allows it to lower the surface tension of water for better cleaning, while its non-petroleum solvents dissolve oil based dirt and grime. The unique properties of Oil Eater keep the dirt and oil in suspension so they get rinsed away, instead of just being pushed to a different spot on the surface. The highly alkaline nature of Oil Eater breaks up organic and petroleum based oils. Works super for stains in the driveway, engine compartment degreasing, chassis cleaning, and grease stains on your laundry. Dilute it and use it in your Eastwood parts washer, ultrasonic cleaner or pressure washer too.

Warranty

Made in the USA, Oil Eater offers a 100% satisfaction guarantee.

Contents

Five Gallon Bucket

Safety Information

Keep away from Children. Avoid contact with skin, eyes and mucous menbranes. If eye contact occurs, flush thoroughly with water and contact physican.

Customer Reviews

Rated 5 out of 5 by from On par with other cleaners Although water based, it seems to hold its own when compared to solvent based cleaners. Been using it in my parts washer, so far it has taken everything I have thrown at it. Rarely do I have any luck with 'safe' cleaning products, but this one seems to actually work well. No doubt there may be better cleaners out there, but this product does hold it's own. Smells good, is effective, is inexpensive and is quite versatile. It's a win in my book.
Date published: 2016-11-21
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Kafko oil eater Has a good smell way better than the old solvent i used.
Date published: 2016-01-07
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Top Notch Product Been using Oil Eater in my old solvent tank, in my ultrasonic & my spray cabinet for a couple of years now. A little testing is needed to get the water mix right. When I first used it the parts felt all slippery slimey, I called the 800 # on the pail & the dude gave me some mixing guidelines to start from. I have it at 70 to 1 in my spray cabinet. Even got my insurance company to review my policy as I no longer have 30 gallons of a flammable solvent in my shop.
Date published: 2015-08-12
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Questions & Answers

mixing 3-1 with water. I'm on a ranch and the water is hard (high in mineral content). Should i use hard water to mix or do i need to use a bottled water to mix. or distilled water?

Asked by: Jeff G
Any clean water will work when diluting.
Answered by: John S
Date published: 2020-07-02

Can this product be used straight without cutting/watering it down?

Asked by: GHOSTRIDER
they said it actually works better at a 3 to 1 ratio, 3 parts being water
Answered by: moron answering
Date published: 2020-04-15

How much will I need for 20 gallon parts washer

Asked by: Kenneth Mahnken
3 galons will give you 12 galon mixture at a 3 to 1 ratio
Answered by: alex
Date published: 2019-11-25

Since this is a concentrate and a ratio of 3:1 with water will this separate out if setting in the parts washer?

Asked by: Travis
Once this is mixed with water it will not separate. It will stay mixed.
Answered by: Bob G
Date published: 2019-11-25

Is Oil Eater safe for the environment? Is it Biodegradable? Can I wash my engine out side without harming the environment? Or getting in trouble with local laws?

Asked by: Edward77
Oil eater is a safer, water based, non-toxic solution for all your greasy cleaning jobs which means safer for you and the environment. It is also Non-toxic, biodegradable, non-corrosive. As for the local laws we cannot tell you. You will need to check the local regulations for disposal.
Answered by: Scott C
Date published: 2018-07-31

Is there any additive that will prevent this product from freezing in a unheated parts washer / garage. I will mix at 3 to 1 as per instructions.

Asked by: Mike
There is not an additive to prevent freezing in an unheated garage.
Answered by: Scott C
Date published: 2018-12-02

As non-corrosive is this safe for use on aluminum? For instance I know using some cleaners like Purple Power can damage aluminum and are not for cleaning aluminum parts. Is this aluminum safe?

Asked by: Vortex
Yes, this cleaner is safe for use on aluminum parts.
Answered by: KHoffnagle
Date published: 2019-03-24

How do I dispose of this when it is no longer useable?

Asked by: fill
Only the user knows what they have cleaned & what has ended up in the solution. So they need to follow local, state & federal regulations for disposal. If they are maintaining their parts washer properly, when the solution is spent most users will give their waste oil hauler a sample to test. They are usually looking for chlorinated or fluorinated solvents and/or an abundance of water. Oil Eater doesn’t contain chlorinated or fluorinated solvents & the majority of water has evaporated off, so the waste hauler will usually accept it.
Answered by: S Church
Date published: 2018-04-21
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