Extreme Simple Green® Motorsports Cleaner & Degreaser
Extreme Simple Green Motorsports Cleaner and Degreaser is a cleaning and degreasing formula that's aggressive on grease and heavy soils, but kind to metals and high-end surfaces found on motorsports equipment.
- Aggressive degreaser
- Tackles heavy soils
- Cleans petroleum, clay and mud
Where To Buy Extreme Simple Green® Motorsports Cleaner & Degreaser
Directions for Use
Surfaces must be cool and cleaning done out of direct sun. Use as-is, or dilute with ambient water.
- 32 oz. Containers: Dilute 2 cups Simple Green to 2 cups water.
- Gallon Containers: 8 cups Simple Green to 8 cups water.
- 32 oz. Containers: Dilute 1/2 cup Simple Green to 32 ounces water.
- Gallon Containers: Dilute 2 cups Simple Green to 1 gallon water.
- 32 oz. Containers: Dilute 2 tablespoons Simple Green to 32 ounces water.
- Gallon Containers: Dilute 1/2 cup Simple Green to 1 gallon water.
- Apply EXTREME Simple Green to dirty areas via spray, wipe, or dip methods.
- Wash, scrub, or agitate tough soils if necessary. Always use non-abrasive cloths, sponges, or soft-bristle brushes and rinse them often to prevent scratching from grit.
- Rinse with clean water for best results.
For a list of ingredients, please see our Ingredient Disclosure page.
- Reviewed by 4 customers, showing 10 most recent
Works better than expected
- Used on my oil soaked lawn mower engine, rinsed with cold water and it was clean. Bought a truck that had rusty brake dust on the rims, did an awesome job removing it. Very pleased with Extreme Simple Green
- 06/03/2019 Anonymous WI
Visible instant results
- Works like magic, as long as you follow the instructions of course. I am very happy with the results especially that they were instant and clear. I highly recommend it, it's an item every car owner should have.
- 05/24/2019 Anonymous AZ
Does the job
- Does as advertised. Cleans we and no residue!
- 05/23/2019 Anonymous TX
This stuff just works
- I used this to clean the rims on my car that has been sitting around getting tree sap all over it. I had to spray it a couple times and use some of my own elbow grease I had laying around and it came right off. Way to go give it a try it worked for sap.
- 05/17/2019 Anonymous Cherryville, NC