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Monthly Archives: March 2011
There’s an old adage – “One Hand Washes the Other.” Although this adage is seldom applied to cleaning technology, it certainly could be. In fact, most successful cleaning consists of a combination of chemistry (soap, solvent or whatever) and some … Continue reading
One of the first steps in the development of any cleaning process is to define and understand the contaminant or “dirt” that needs to be removed. Sounds simple, no? Not so fast! Dirt comes in all varieties and styles. Different … Continue reading
Why do we clean things? “Cleanliness is next to Godliness” immediately comes to mind but doesn’t seem quite appropriate here. There are tons of reasons to clean things but in the final analysis it comes down to aesthetics and function. … Continue reading
This over-worn catchphrase has been the title or has at least appeared in countless articles on the subject of cleaning. Is it in need of a well-earned retirement? Probably, but in its defense, let me say that “clean” is a … Continue reading
In simple terms, industrial parts cleaning (sometimes called washing) is just removing dirt from surfaces. If only it WAS that easy! Dirt removal is only one of 10’s if not 100’s of interdependent steps in a successful cleaning process. The … Continue reading
Since we are going to be talking about cleaning, or, more specifically, industrial parts cleaning, it’s probably best that we define what we mean by “cleaning.” The term is used quite loosely to define a variety of process not all … Continue reading