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Make Tough Cleaning a Cinch for your Holiday Prep

The holidays are here and the family is coming over.  If you are a busy family like us, larger chores have to be scheduled.  We cook at home a lot and those stovetop greases waft into the air with the steam of cooking, attaching to your range hood and surrounding kitchen cabinets.  To ensure a super clean kitchen when the guests arrive, we clean stubborn grease with Goo Gone, Kitchen Degreaser. 


Goo Gone Kitchen Degreaser is a powerful cleaning solution that can help you remove tough grease and grime from your kitchen surfaces. Here are some of the benefits, ingredients, surfaces safe to use the product on, and directions of use:


  • The powerful foaming action in Goo Gone Kitchen Degreaser breaks down even the toughest gunk and grime, leaving your surfaces spotless.
  • It is safe to use across your kitchen on most sealed stone (like countertops), glass (like cooktops), metals (like stove tops), and ceramic (like dishware).
  • It is easy to use and can help you clean up your kitchen messes quickly and efficiently.
Before:                                                                        After:


  • Goo Gone Kitchen Degreaser contains a powerful foaming formula that clings to grease and quickly breaks it down 

Surfaces safe to use the product on:

  • Sealed stone (like countertops)
  • Glass (like cooktops)
  • Metals (like stove tops)
  • Ceramic (like dishware)
  • Oven Hoods
  • Pots and Pans
  • Microwaves
  • The BBQ Grill

Directions of use:

Watch and be Amazed:

Even the cleanest of families need a little extra elbow grease with their cleaning.  We recommend Goo Gone, Kitchen Degreaser.  Wishing you and your family a Happy Thankgiving!

Written by FTM Partner and Writer

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