Oil Eater® Dilution Chart & Applications

Things to Remember when Using Oil Eater® Cleaners & Degreasers

  • Always use on a cool surface
  • Always spot test in an inconspicuous area on any surface before use
  • The less porous the surface is (i.e. no wax floors vs. uncoated concrete) the more diluted Oil Eater should be
  • If the surface feels a little slippery after rinsing, add more water to your solution

Please Note: A part is whatever your unit of measure is. For example: If you were measuring in ounces, 3 parts water to 1 part Oil Eater would be – 3 ounces of water to 1 ounce of Oil Eater.

Automotive Oil Eater Water
Driveways 1 part 1 part
Engines 1 part 1 part
Parts 1 part 3 parts
W/W Tires 1 part 1 part
Car Wash 1 ounce 1 gallon

 

Commercial | Restaurant Oil Eater Water
Exhaust Filters 1 part 1 part
Stoves 1 part 1 part
Wax Remover 1 part 1 part
Carpets** 1 part 3 parts
Exhaust Hoods 1 part 4 parts
Upholster 1part 4 parts
Counter Tops 1 part 6 parts
No Wax Floors 1 part 20 parts

 

Industry | Warehouse Oil Eater Water
Machinery 1 part 1 part
Tools 1 part 1 part
Concrete Floors 1 part 10 parts
Oil Tanks 1 part 10 parts
Pressure Washers 1 part 25 parts

 

Utilities Oil Eater Water
Motors 1 part 4 parts
Transformers 1 part 5 parts
Turbine Blades 1 part 5 parts

 

Household Oil Eater Water
Laundry Pre-Wash 1 part 1 part
Barbecue Grills 1 part 1 part
Scuff Marks 1 part 1 part
Carpets 1 part 3 parts
Fiberglass 1 part 3 parts
Bath Tub, Tile, & Grout 1 part 5 parts