We picked up a large national chain of steak houses that have interior glass where customers can see the cooks do there thing. The kitchen side of the glass gets horribly greasy and took us way too long to get it clean with just Dawn and our squeegees. Basically it just smeared the grease around.
Anyone have a good suggestion of something we can put of that side of the glass to cut the grease off before we clean it our “normal way?”
I find the same results on grease whether a microfiber or “regular” strip. It’s just going to be a lot of scrubbing. Use a separate bucket of water, it won’t contaminate your good h2o. And have you tried the white scrub pads? They sell them here at WCR.
Degreasers work great on this kind of stuff. I have even kept a spray bottle with strong concentrate of degreaser and directly sprayed in on the grease and let is set while i am cleaning other ‘normal’ glass and when i came back the grease was pretty well broken up. I find myself scrubbing less this way.