Living on the Racers' Edge
Ah, fall. It's a perfect time to enjoy the great outdoors, at speeds of up to 120 mph. If you're a racecar driver, that is.True, racecar drivers have a somewhat different perspective on "outdoors" than the rest of us. XSORB understands this, which is why we created spill clean up solutions just for you. Whether you're a NASCAR or NHRA driver, friend or fan, you're sure to want a bag of XSORB Outdoor All-Purpose Absorbent on hand for those race day inconveniences, such as an engine blow-up or crash. All that oil and flying metal can really mess with your mood, not to mention the track. When you make XSORB Outdoor part of your spill containment plan, however, you're definitely on the right track, even if your vehicle's been derailed. XSORB Outdoor All-Purpose is a granular-based absorbent available in a 25-lb. easy-open bag, or a 6.5-gallon, UN-approved bucket, which gives you a weatherproof way to transport 20 pounds of XSORB Outdoor. Non-toxic, environmentally friendly Outdoor is perfect for racetrack spill clean up, easily handling tough spills such as oil, grease and paint. Pound for pound, Outdoor absorbs six times more than clay, saving labor, time and money. [caption id="attachment_161980" align="alignright" width="150"] XSORB Outdoor[/caption] Off the track, XSORB Outdoor is also a spill containment solution for all types of work trucks, tow trucks, fire trucks, municipality trucks, DOT trucks or any other vehicle or application where you need an all-purpose absorbent for liquids and semi-liquids. [caption id="attachment_161981" align="alignleft" width="150"] XSORB Edge[/caption] And since you're obviously someone who enjoys life onthe edge, we suggest you get the XSORB EDGE: a heavy-duty formula that won't blow away in the wind, whether on the track or the highway. XSORB EDGE Aggressive Absorbent lets you clean up the toughest spills in a hurry, cutting through liquids and lifting them from the surface so you can easily scrub away synthetic oils, petroleum, hydraulic fluids and fuel spills. It even exceeds landfill regulations for proper disposal. Asphalt and concrete surfaces come away clean, dry, and good as new. We sure wish we could say the same for your racecar. But we know that's the nature of the sport. And besides, a prepared driver is always a winner.