Spill & Safety News

All Kitted Out

Some people kit out their cars. And we suppose, if you love cats, being "kitted out" could refer to having a litter of kittens (as opposed to kitty...

Pomp and Circumstance

It's graduation season, and some of the pomp can lead to unfortunate circumstance. Like the after-party spill clean up nightmare. That's why many p...

Don't Cry Over Spilled Milk; Get Your Clean Up On!

Some phrases sound as if frustrated parents invented them (and since many of us here at Impact Absorbents are parents ourselves, we get it!). For i...

Smart Summer Home Maintenance

Everything about our lives is smart these days. Smartphones. Smart cars. Smart health (think fitness trackers, life alerts). And yes, our homes are...

House Sale Spruce Up

Thinking about putting your home on the market this spring? If so, you'll want to put its "best face forward" to attract potential buyers. And that...

Puppy Love? Yes, but not the mess!

Spring is a wonderful time to welcome a new puppy into the family. Dogs are so cuddly and cute at six or eight weeks of age just like human infa...

Paint it, paint it fresh

The Rolling Stones may have sung about painting it black, but if you're in the mood to spruce up your home for spring, odds are you're going to wan...

Trick or Treat? Keep it Sweet

Halloween is on the horizon, and children everywhere are looking forward to days of making classroom decorations and a night of going door to door ...

Stop! Grease Police!

You call the police when a crime's been committed, and while a spill mishap isn't exactly a police emergency, the way most businesses handle spill ...

Selling Your Home? Make It Shine!

Cleaning. Few of us like to do it, yet we seem more willing to spiff up our house for others than for ourselves. Housekeeper due to arrive? Quick, ...

Don't Be "Star"struck! Becoming Disaster-Ready

Disaster literally means, "against the stars," yet being disaster-ready is a down-to-earth practice. Here are the crucial steps to take so you're p...

Stormy Weather

Weather isn't what it used to be. What with 80 degree temperatures in February on the normally frigid East coast and a cold, wet spring on the West...