The foam version of Oil Baron is very simple to use and works well on horizontal surfaces. It's also great for shop tools that are greasy. Just spray the foam on the area that requires cleaning, let it work for a few minutes on the petroleum residue, then wipe it down with a cleaning rag. It does not require a lot of 'elbow grease' because the product itself actually breaks down the hydrocarbons.
The liquid concentrate version of Oil Baron can be applied out of a mop bucket, garden sprayer, pressure-washer or a floor scrubber. Because the dormant microbes in Oil Baron wake up when they get in the presence of food -- which is any petroleum-based substance like oil, grease, gasoline, diesel fuel antifreeze, brake fluid and so forth -- the result will be a cleaner and safer surface. It doesn't take any more time than using a de-greaser. But it does leave you with a better result.
"Oil Baron has a neutral pH. It's not an acid that can etch surfaces. It is a water-based cleaner," said Husky Corporation Technical Service Engineer Paul Nilsen. "And with Oil Baron, all your cleaning materials are non-hazardous. For example, the mechanism of the floor scrubber will be cleaned of petroleum products that linger when using Oil Baron. The residue from the mop bucket can be washed down the drain. Cleaning rags can be disposed of without any special handling."
Oil Baron is also economical to use. This chart shows a variety of applications and the recommended dilution rates.