"Paint the Town"? Not This Year. But the Office…
Typically, at this time of year office parties and family gatherings are in full swing. The expression "paint the town" applies more aptly in December than any other time of year.
But not in 2020. In 2020, painting the town is likely to land you in hot water — and not because you've had a bit too much of the bubbly.
However, you can still paint: if not the town, places within it. Like your office. Especially if you're slowly beginning to welcome back workers, with strategically placed Plexiglas and an abundance of hand sanitizer.
And now that you've splashed out on a few new coats of paint and your place of employment is looking especially perky, you notice there's more than a little "splash" in places there shouldn't be. And all this leftover paint. What to do?
Rock Solid to the rescue!
XSORB Rock Solid Paint Hardener is the environmentally friendly spill clean up solution for fast, easy, safe disposal of that excess paint. As you may know, landfills won't accept paint in liquid form. Rock Solid Paint Hardener solves this dilemma. Just add it to your leftover paint and shake or stir. Before you can say, "Not a beverage" you'll have a hardened, disposable item.
You can use Rock Solid for all latex/acrylic paints. Our paint hardener:
- Simplifies disposal
- Decreases disposal costs
- Is non-toxic and eco-friendly
- Solidifies up to 3 gallons of water-based paint.
Now, did you say there's somewhat of a mess on the floor? No problem: if you have some XSORB Universal Super Absorbent on hand (it's always smart to keep a 6-quart bottle of our flagship spill clean up absorbent around), simply sprinkle some on the spill. Your floor will be clean, dry, and residue-free in a matter of minutes, so everyone can come admire the office's new paint job.
And perhaps enjoy a bit of refreshment. Just remember: 6 feet, like a 6-quart bottle of XSORB, is essential these days. Stay apart together, and paint the town responsibly, with eco-friendly water-based paint that Rock Solid will be happy to handle when you're finished.