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Old 12-09-2019, 04:15 PM   #9
JayG
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Originally Posted by Frodo View Post
That's funny.
I'll believe your recommendation, but after posting my question here I went to Amazon and did some reading on the Griot's. One of the common criticisms cited by the One-Star group was that not only did it not work that great, but that the Heavy Duty version smelled awful.

I've about decided reading those ratings is pretty much a waste of time—the One-Stars and the Five-Stars say the exact opposite about a product, so who does one believe??
LOL

All I know is the Griots Heavy Duty, smells good. Often a lot of reviews are not for the correct product, but a similar product

Another tip.......
After you get them clean, apply Rejex. it is a polymer coating that makes it easy to keep clean
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