Fabulous February: 28 Ways to Celebrate Winter

Everybody knows Groundhog Day is February 2nd. No worries; nobody has to clean up a spill from a groundhog. But did you know February 2nd is also National Tater Tot Day? If you have a toddler (or kids of any age, really) at home or at onsite daycare, this could indeed be cause for spill clean up. And it just goes on from there:
  • February 3rd is National Carrot Cake Day
  • February 4th is National Homemade Soup Day
  • February 7th is National Fettuccine Alfredo Day
  • February 9th is National Pizza Day (whoa!)
  • February 10th is National Cream Cheese Brownie Day
  • February 11th is National Don’t Cry Over Spill Milk Day (the people who named this day must be SpillHero users)
  • February 18th is National Crab Stuffed Flounder Day
  • February 21st is National Sticky Bun Day
These are just some of the highlights from the National Day Calendar for February 2023. Clearly, they’re also spill clean up fans — or ought to be, because with this much messy food to light up dreary winter days, there’s bound to be more than one spill clean up emergency. Fortunately, whether these gastronomic indulgences take place at home, in the office, or on the road, Impact Absorbents has your lap, and floors. One of the most versatile spill clean up solutions to keep on hand is our Spill Hero Spill Station with Long-handled Broom, which is custom-made to hold our classic Spill Hero Spill Clean Up Absorbent. Non-toxic and environmentally friendly, our dry absorbent vanquishes all types of liquids and semi-liquids on contact, making it easy to simply sweep away spills. You’ll say so long to squished tater tots or carrot cake, spilled soup, bits of brownies and even pizza, because Spill Hero Universal Super Absorbent cleans up oil, grease, syrup and sugary liquids like nobody’s business. Certainly faster than a groundhog can see his shadow. So enjoy these intriguing February food days you didn’t know existed until a few moments ago, knowing Spill Hero can handle any spill. If you break that New Year’s diet resolution, though, you’re on your own.
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