I first came across Greased Lightning eight years ago when I was a waitress. We used this product often to get stubborn stains off of the wall and upholstry, i.e. mustard and ketchup. Within months of first using Greased Lightning at work, I came across it at the Family Dollar discount store. The day I found this proudct in the store, I saved over $10.
I was able to save over $10 when I bought Greased Lightning, because I didn't have to buy laundry stain remover that would cost about $2-$3. I didn't have to buy a multipurpose cleaning spray for my bathroom and kitchen that would cost $3-$4, nor did I have to buy a product for cleaning my toilets costing $2-$3 or stain remover for the carpet costing $3-$5.
When purchasing Greased Lightning you will find that the label is easy to read, no small print to squint at. The label clearly lists the cautions, first aid help, and what not to use it on as well as every possible way to contact the company (physical address, website, and phone number). The label also give a great list of what the product can be used on as well as a few pictures.
Having a house filled with six children, Greased Lightning gets used more than I could have ever imagined eight years ago. I have saved many of my girls and my delicates that get ruined monthly. I have also saved not only my infant's clothes from formula and spit up stains, but my friends and family as well. And when it comes to my little boy's jeans that he wrestled in the grass and mud in, Greased Lightning is phenominal. However my all time favorite things to use it on are light switches to remove fingerprints and countertops to remove red fruit punch stains. Every renter should definitely use Greased Lightning, their landlord will be very happy. I saved many countertops using Greased Lightning.
There is a large list of ways to use Greased Lightning on the label, and I have used them all.
Cleans: tubs, showers, sinks, stoves, ovens, grills, hoods, refrigerators, floors: vinyl, tile, carpet, no-wax, car floor mats, pools, patio furniture, plastic, canvas sports equipment, smoke and floor damage, and shoes.
Removes: soap scum, mildew stains, grease, grime, grass, mud, carpet stains, laundry stains, pet stains, make-up, blood, ink, wine, food, and juice.