Cleaning supplies for unusual needs

May 28, 2011 at 6:57 pm Leave a comment

I ran across some unusual cleaning supplies  this week to supplement your arsenal when it comes to keeping you buildings clean and safe.

The first is a product called slipgrip and it is for use on ceramic tile and polished stone floors.  The idea is a cleaner that get the surface clean but doesn’t make it slippery.  The office where i work just remodeled the lobby with beautiful terrazzo floors that were slippery even when dry.  Management has started using the product and I can notice a difference when I walk across the floors.  Information on the product can be found here at

Next we have a product I found on the Cool Tools website ( called Ickee Stickee Unstuck. This product is a stain remover maybe from soybeans.  It is said to remove many things like paint and magic marker.  I can certainly find uses for this at my sites!  It is available from Amazon and is manufactured by Franmar Chemical (

Lastly tonight via the Geeky Gadgets website ( comes a product that supposedly can clean up radioactive particles from hard surfaces.  It is called DeconGel.

DeconGel’s unique qualities were accidentally discovered a few years ago when a scientist working for a technology incubator peeled it off a surface. Turns out what DeconGel does best is collect all sorts of microscopic particles that are cluttering the space it is spread on. When removed, it virtually cleans the object of thing it’s been covered with.

The company website has a lot more information and can be found here: (

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