A three-step chemical solution is used to breakdown and remove the grease.
Step 1 – Trace in and dissolve the molecular structure of the grease.
Step 2 – Suspend the grease in situ preventing further absorption.
Step 3 – Draw the grease in suspended chemical solution to the surface.
The grease is then removed from the surface using heated water under pressure and the entire area neutralised and deep cleaned.
It is important to note that the surface must be dry for the process to work effectively and depending on the age of the grease spill and the level of absorption, a slight stain mark can remain that does fade over a few weeks of UV light from the sun.
Grease is generally easier to remove than oil because it tends to sit on the top of surfaces due to its consistency. A similar process to that of oil is used.