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Re: OT cleaning off burnt on oil and grease

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01-09-2013 04:34:23

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hey take the restaurant..
talk to owner see what he would charge you clean them.. they have a big tank of cleaner and used it for every thing.. not any fast food restaurant..

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01-09-2013 04:52:50

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 Re: OT cleaning off burnt on oil and grease in reply to it me again, 01-09-2013 04:34:23  
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I was just going to mention these soak tanks, We used to see them in many restaurant kitchens for many years. A big national company called Safety Kleen used to service them, but at least in the northeast quit about ten years ago. The cooks would put anything with burned on grease into them and let them soak overnight in the oven cleaner solution. After Safety Clean quit servicing them many restaurants started recharging the tanks themselves with oven cleaner from my customers. The tanks would certainly have provided a good place for build-up of explosive gases is there were any, and there would be very few restaurants still standing.

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01-09-2013 10:30:36

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 Re: OT cleaning off burnt on oil and grease in reply to showcrop, 01-09-2013 04:52:50  
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Spent a bit of time messing with them yesterday - a lot of hard work to get them anywhere clean - off to the recycling they go - nothing like that soak tank I am aware of in my area - being California its probably illegal to do that now! Probably get enough money to get 1/2 tank of gas which is fine.


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