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  • hazmatt
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    Check out RAMSORB. We use this product with great results. Picks up 7x more than equal amount of clay.--Matt

    http://www.ramsorb.com/RamSorb1.htm

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  • oldandwise071
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    http://www.stardustabsorbent.com/stardust.html

    This stuff is really good. It absorbs the liquid to where it is easy to sweep up.

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  • RAMFIRE42
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    The Cool Thing About Newpig Is Their Phone Number. 1-800-hot-hogs. Gotta Love That!!! Anyhow We Are A Dept About 25 Mile South Of Tipton, Pa. Great Products. We Mostly Use Plp201. Great Loose Absorbent.

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  • NJTF1Bowman
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    Originally posted by lvwrench View Post
    Have not tried that stuff but have gotten a lot of good things from a company called New Pig Corporation at 1-800-468-4647 at One Pork Ave. in Tipton,PA. And NO this is not a joke.

    We have been using their "Lite Dry Absorbent" for over 10 years now, it's a ground paper product and it sucks up the oils and anti-freeze like mad. We just dump some out and start sweeping along the spill, I forget what the cost per bag it is but it's not much.

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  • dmleblanc
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    Originally posted by lvwrench View Post
    Have not tried that stuff but have gotten a lot of good things from a company called New Pig Corporation at 1-800-468-4647 at One Pork Ave. in Tipton,PA. And NO this is not a joke.

    I'll vouch for ya, I've heard of New Pig before We get catalogs at the station sometimes. (That One Pork Avenue is pretty funny, though )

    www.newpig.com

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  • lvwrench
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    Have not tried that stuff but have gotten a lot of good things from a company called New Pig Corporation at 1-800-468-4647 at One Pork Ave. in Tipton,PA. And NO this is not a joke.

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  • caryv1961
    started a topic Bagged Absorbent Material

    Bagged Absorbent Material

    Wondering if anyone is familiar with Instazorb by International Inc.? I am looking into switching to a crystalline silica type of dry sorbent material instead of clay type of material which can be very dusty. I am looking to primarly cleanup oil, diesel, and some liquid acids.

    Thanks

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