The After Party You Don’t Want to Attend

It’s summer, and for teens, that means concerts. (It’s also true for those in their twenties, thirties, forties, fiftiesoh, heck, with Boomer musicians still performing in their seventies, it means everyone!) Be sure to bring earbuds. It’ll still be plenty loud.

If you’re fortunate enough to have an “in” with the performers, by winning promotional tickets, for example, you might get lucky with a backstage pass, or even a party invite.

A-list people tend to say the after-party is the party you really want to attend. That may be true after a concert or red carpet event. But there’s one after party we know you definitelydon’twant to attend. Ever. It’s the clean up after party.

Event center personnel might have invented the expression, “It’s a dirty job, but somebody’s got to do it.” The gritty floors, the unidentifiable stuff stuck to seatsit’s all part of the show for the concertgoers, but for those who have to clean up after them, not so much.

Fortunately, event center maintenance crews have a friend in XSORB.XSORB Plus with Disinfectantinstantly absorbs tough spills while treating the spill with bromine, a powerful disinfecting agent, turning difficult liquid waste into solid waste for easier disposal. We sell it in multiple sizes to meet your needs.

You’ll probably also want to have severalXSORB Universal Safety Spill Center _ Double Packshandy. Between the full-length broom, dustpan and short-handled broom, FiberLink heavyweight bonded pads, FiberLink universal socks, and XSORB Spill Clean-up Absorbent, plus a complete Biohazard Response Kit, you’ll be covered for every contingency.

And don’t forget theBiofresh, for those who imbibed a little too much enthusiasm while enjoying show.

All set? Let’s get this party started

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