Immediately use QuiKleen Absorbent after spill occurs
Depending on the surface and contents of spill, it may be necessary to sweep used granules aside and repeat instructions. If QuiKleen is moist or pasty, add more
As you become familiar with using QuiKleen, you will learn just how much of it to use in any given situation. If you use too much, sift or set aside the unused portion to reuse later. If you use too little, simply add more.
Solidify unused paint or stain for safe disposal by stirring an appropriate amount of QuiKleen Absorbent in the container
It may be necessary to dilute a fresh paint spill with water (for Latex) or paint thinner (for Oil Based) if the spill has begun to dry
Clean pet messes by applying QuiKleen Absorbent and working it in with a dustpan, plastic scraper or other rigid material. Scoop and discard.
QuiKleen is lightweight making it easy to handle. When using outdoors, position the bag close to the ground to minimize disbursement.
A shovel, scraper or stick may be used if a broom is not readily available
QuiKleen is non-flammable as is, however be mindful that the absorbed fluid may be. Use caution when working near a spark or flame.
A Palmyra broom is recommended due to the coarse bristles
The lightweight granules are able to absorb liquid that has seeped into crevices to ensure thorough cleanup
QuiKleen removes the slick residue when cleaning a diesel spill to prevent additional accidents
QuiKleen will stabilize, but not neutralize acids. A neutralizing agent will be required to bring the pH to an appropriate level.
NEVER use QuiKleen Absorbent with hydrofluoric acid
Disposal of Waste
Waste must be disposed of according to all Federal, State and Local regulations pertaining to the absorbed liquid.
When used properly, QuiKleen granules and the absorbed fluid can safely be disposed of in a trash receptacle and is landfill acceptable. Other liquids, such as acids must still be handled and disposed of accordingly.