FOG is an acronym for Fats, Oils & Grease used in lots of different food dishes. Common FOG items include butter, margarine, oil, lard and shortening.

Think about how these ingredients are found in many foods, like meats, salad dressings, mayonnaise, pastries, sauces, dairy products and more.


• When poured down the drain, FOG cools and sticks to the inside of sewer lines and hardens while catching debris.
• The build-up of FOG can eventually block sewer lines, causing back-ups into your home.
• Garbage disposals do not keep FOG from entering into the sewer system. here to learn more facts!


• Pour FOG into a container, like ReWa’s Grease-Be-Gone can, and allow it to cool and harden.
• Save old grocery or Ziploc bags to use as liners so you can reuse your Grease-Be-Gone can.
• Opened soup or vegetable cans, or jars with resealable lids (like baby food, pickle and spaghetti jars), also make good disposable containers.
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