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    Quote Originally Posted by ajhuff View Post
    4-12 hours in the washer! Good lord you don't have a wife and kids do you. LOL!!!

    It does sound like I need more oxyclean.

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    Oh well a wife and 2 young kids......however I am the laundry master, so the washer is my domain.
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    Haha! Fair enough!

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    I have a couple black 4-ways that are getting a little stiff from fryer oil (I make a lot of tempura). Will the oxyclean work well on this?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tatsuya View Post
    I have a couple black 4-ways that are getting a little stiff from fryer oil (I make a lot of tempura). Will the oxyclean work well on this?
    Absolutely, oxyclean rules!!! And no I don't get any kickbacks from the Billy Mays estate.
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    Quote Originally Posted by knyfeknerd View Post
    Absolutely, oxyclean rules!!! And no I don't get any kickbacks from the Billy Mays estate.
    +1 every time I spill some c*** on meself

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    Oh you don't need oxyclean for that, just wipe that up.




    With your nose.

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    I've also used degreaser with good results. I've heard someone swear by purple power, but that stuff is really harsh. I've used simple green with good results.

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