"After reading previous reviews decided on this to degreas and clean old concrete garage floor prior to painting. A few areas I did twice but on the whole it did the trick although I used stronger solution than suggested"
"We are an engineering company that have a lot of dirty oil stains we haven't been able to shift. Thought we should try this and haven't looked back. Can use neat or diluted to bring our floors back to original finish with a mop and rinse off ! No more slippery floors to worry about once dried and has saved time on repainting safety lines also. Top product that i would highly recommend to anyone from floor cleaning to machinery, used correctly you wont be disappointed."
"I bought this mainly to clean the chain and gears on my road bike. brilliant product and economical to use. A quick spray, brush and rinse off with the hosepipe and the parts look like new. Will certainly try on the stubborn oil stain on my driveway."
"This Swarfega product, used neat on old and stubborn driveway oil stains, is the best stuff I've come across. It really does lift the stains. You might need two appiications, and giving a little scrub with a stiff brush helps. Rinse off with water after five minutes."
"Fantastic product. I installed a beautiful block paved front garden a year ago but did not seal the stones. Tiny oil leaks from cars over the months caused staining. This completely removed the stains, and it's now ready for sealing! :)"
"I purchased this under screwfix reccomendation after thier no nonsence degreaser was not in stock . I needed this to service and clean my cycle and remove old oil and grease from the chain and sprockets. basically it is no Better than washing up liquid. I ended up applying this stuff neat onto the chain working it in with a stiff paintbrush and left it for several mins and it still did NOT work . it says on the can that it can be used on all metal parts with subborn oil and grease stains . what a load of rubbish. I ended up using a small amount of petrol to remove the grease and oil then washed it all of with washing up liquid. my advice for metal parts (cycle,motorcycle,cars and tools) stick with a solvent based degreaser as in my experience these water based products do not work."