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Krud Kutter Kuts The Krud

When we were brand new home owners, we were given all kinds of advice on products that would come in handy over the years.  One of the best products anyone ever pointed us towards, one that I buy in gallon jugs because it’s. that. amazing., is Krud Kutter.

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Product Features

  • No other single product removes really tough stains as quickly and effectively from so many different surfaces
  • Easily Removes: glue and adhesive, grease and oil, marker and crayon, paint overspray, pet stains, tape residue, tree sap, wax, and much more
  • A proprietary blend of biodegradable surfactants, detergents, and emulsifiers, in a water-based solution
  • Water-based, biodegradable, non-flammable, non-toxic and non-abrasive
  • No petroleum solvents, bleach or ammonia

Not one single word is an exaggeration; it’s indispensable.

I have used this product for years now.  YEARS!  It really is that useful and lives up to the hype.

I wish I had thought to take a picture of the hinges on our interior doors before we painted.  Each hinge, doorknob, pin, and screw, basically all the hardware, was covered with paint that had been hardening for years before we got here.

When we painted, we took all the hardware off, placed it in a deep container filled with Krud Kutter to cover, and left it overnight to soak.  The next morning, most of the paint slid off, with the remaining coming off with a good scrub.

Like magic, I tell ya!

I’ve used it to remove the left behind, stubborn adhesive from an impossible-to-remove-in-one-pull fridge sticker.

I’ve used it to clean all my good paint brushes and rollers.

I’ve used it on laundry stains, most recently blood stains on a pair of Husband’s jeans.  Only one spot, which is now a faint smudge, refused to completely budge.

I’ve used it on paint overspray.

I’ve used it on glass jars to remove tough labels.

Simply put: it’s a favorite go-to workhorse that I rely on to make my tough jobs easier.

It’s tough, it’s non-toxic and OMT!-approved!

Have you guys heard of/used Krud Kutter?

What do you think?



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