Do I need a spill kit for chemical safety? In a simple word, YES. If you carry any chemicals, you should carry a spill kit. OSHA requires that if you manage hazardous materials – such as any corrosive or toxic chemical – you must carry a ...

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by Linda Chambers, Soap Warehouse, www.SoapWarehouse.biz  We all know when a cleaner is or is not working, but we do not always know why. Unfortunately for most, learning why becomes a lesson of trial and error. But understanding the basic scien ...

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by Pete Marantay, Former Owner of  Sunbrite Supplies* from the March 2013 issue of eClean Magazine   There are a few urban legends in our cleaning trade that I think deserve some air time. They center on the chemistry we use and have become ...

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  by Linda Chambers, Soap Warehouse, www.SoapWarehouse.biz From the June 2012 issue of eClean Magazine. Download the pdf here: How Alkaline Cleaners Work Well the first reason is simple: we live in an acid world! Most things in and around u ...

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 by Doug Rucker, Clean & Green Solutions, www.cleanandgreensolutions.com. Download the pdf file: Discovering Green, from the February 2011 issue "Is there anything you can do to get this oil stain out of my driveway?" That has been a questio ...

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Read the Current Issue: by Linda Chambers, Brand and Sales Manager for Soap Warehouse, www.SoapWarehouse.biz The most popular chemical used today by roof cleaners is still “bleach” or sodium hypochlorite. It is also the chemical of choice of ARM ...

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(Pages 14-15 from the April 2012 issue of eClean Magazine) Download the pdf: Sodium Hydroxide vs. Potassium Hydroxide By Linda Chambers, Brand & Sales Manager, Soap Warehouse, www.SoapWarehouse.biz For the kitchen exhaust cleaning contractor ...

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