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Grid Cleaning Experiment

Willie Lump LumpWillie Lump Lump Posts: 229
edited 1:44AM in EggHead Forum
As can happen when the wife is out I did a little experiment last evening.
Some time ago I purchased a package of the “Grease Bullet” say’s right on the package “for dishwashers too”
It’s been a while since my Egg grate had that pristine shinny new appearance and with no one around to be concerned about the possible negative impacts of a little experiment I did the following.
1 put the grid on the bottom rack of the dishwasher.
2 Clean hands before I touch anything else.
3 Install regular dishwasher soap thingy on side for “normal” wash
4 Open clever bullet shaped packaging .
5 Pry out a cartridge of magic stuff from this clever packaging.
6 Thought this must be really valuable stuff that you can’t get it out of the package.
7 Installed magic stuff on “heavy” wash soap side.
8 Start dishwasher and wait for magic to happen.
Observations of experiment:
1 Initially I thought not much happened.
2 When handling the grid noticed that the remaining crud had changed from a cement like state to a soft almost powdery like state.
3 The remaining crud was easily removed with a light dry scrubbing with a “Chore Boy”
I am not affiliated with the “Grease Bullet” company or the “Chore Boy” company. Nor am I related to Billy Mays.
WLL

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