Money Doesn't Grow on Trees
If you're still using paper towels to clean up that mess, here's one more clear reason to switch to smart spill clean up solutions: saving our lives. Does that sound a trifle stark? We can tone it down slightly: environmental sustainability.
The Native American aphorism points up what so many in our consumerist culture ignore: paper comes from trees. And our forests are a fairly finite resource, renewable only over the course of many centuries.
Here's a step you can take today to ensure tomorrow's generations have a habitable home: leave the paper towels alone (they're pretty flimsy when it comes to large, messy spills, anyway) and use XSORB Super Absorbent.
Ounce for ounce, XSORB absorbs all types of oil- and water-based liquids and semi-liquids on contact, making it simple to sweep away spills. XSORB leaves your floors clean, dry, and skid-safe, preventing slip and fall accidents. One six-quart bottle absorbs 7.5 times more than clay — and it's much more environmentally friendly to use: completely non-toxic, non-leaching, and FDA approved for use around food. So you'll actually save labor, time, and money, along with the environment.
Oh, speaking of money, in case you haven't made the final connection: money, like paper towels, is made of paper. It also comes from trees, but does not grow on them. Even the most delicious condiments can't make money more nutritious as a source of nourishment.
So put your money where your mouth is, rather than in your mouth, and invest in Spill Hero spill clean up products. Your planet, not to mention your stomach, will thank you.