Jungle Jake Cleaner / Degreaser
Blain # 217064 | Mfr # ST0078-ST-GL60
- Provides heavy - duty cleaning without harsh chemicals
- Safe for you and safe to use on all washable surfaces, including metals, plastics, ceramics, fabrics, leather, marble, painted surfaces and cement
- Effectively removes oils, dirt, grease, grime, tar, rubber, marks, asphalt, other soils, waxes, silicone sealant, inks, coffee and blood
- You can apply Jungle Jake with several methods including carpet cleaners, pressure spray units, parts cleaners, sprayers, floor scrubbers and manual hand washing
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Can this be used on vinyl seats in a boat?
Best Answer: I've used it to clean vinyl car interiors and had no problems, I've used it to clean naugahyde kitchen chair seats also. You need to dilute it with water. I use use it on just about everything, from degreasing engines to getting grease stains out of my work clothes.
Does this contain any petroleum distillates. Is it safe to clean an rv epdm roof? thanks
Best Answer: The Bottle reads; " Jungle Jake removes oil, grease, coffee stains, ink, graphite and blood from washable surfaces including floors, walls, appliances, engines, machined, concrete and clothes. Use Jungle Jake full strength or dilute in warn or cold water per suggested dilution ratios. Pre-spot and/or pre-sole if necessary. For tough build-ups, scrub with a non-abraiive brush or cloth. Rinse. NOTE: Prior to use on fabrics, apply a small amount to the underside of material to test for colorfastness." Also printed on the label is " NON-TOXIC * NON-FLAMMABLE* BIODEGRADABLE*NON-ABRASIVE*NON-CORROSIVE*NON-PHOSPHATE" of the many uses one that is listed is "boat, truck and carwash" I personally do not know what Petroleum distillates are or what an rv epdm roof is but I hope this information is of some benefit to the person with the question. I am very happy with this product.
I added some to my wash and now my clothing smells like Jungle Jake. How can I remove the smell? I have rewashed that same load with oxyclean, vodka, and even vinegar, to no avail on getting the jungle jake smell out.
Best Answer: Try baking soda and lemon juice. I have this, but only use it for cleaning only. Fllors and porch. Good luck. Google it. Maybe there is someone out there that did the same thing but found a solution.