What are the best ways to clean walls, cabinets after a grease fire?
From experience these jobs are very difficult so make sure your staff is properly prepared to handle this type of cleaning. Here are my suggestions Things You’ll Need: * Baking Soda * Corn Starch * **** and Span * Water * Old Rags 1. Remove surface debris with a damp cloth. Any excess grease and bits of soot should be removed prior to beginning the actual cleaning process. 2. Make a paste of baking soda and cold water. Apply the paste to appliances or counter tops. Allow to set for a few minutes and remove with a clean damp cloth. Rinse the cloth often to remove sooty residue from the cloth. If it becomes too soiled, discard the cloth and use a new one. 3. Mix corn starch and water to create a solution that is milky white, but not too thick. Brush the solution onto painted surfaces and allow to dry. 4. Remove the corn starch solution with a dry cloth or soft brush. This will lift the soot off painted surfaces without doing damage to the surface. 5. Mix a strong solution of **** and Spa