Clear-Up 100g Sachet
Sprinkle over a spill to instantly absorb liquid and bad smells. It deodorizes and helps clean, lifting off vomit, dirt and most stains in a single action the quicker you act. Wipe up with a damp cloth and water then vacuum dry residue away.
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One of the worst accidents you can have in the classroom is a student vomiting. Sounds awful but it needn't be with a pack of Clear-Up at the ready.
Clear-Up can be sprinkled over a spill to quickly absorb liquid and terrible smells. It cleans and deodorizes. It lifts off vomit, dirt and helps to combat stains in a single action the quicker you act. Just sprinkle it on, mix if necessary to eliminate wetness then wipe or vacuum it away. Repeat with a second sprinkling if required. Clear-Up works well on smooth and carpet surfaces. It's clever microscopic make-up ensures that if it doesn't eliminate most of the spill straight after it's applied and wiped/vacuumed, it attaches itself to additional spillage ready to be removed when dry by wiping with a damp cloth and vacuuming remaining dry residue.
Clear-Up is a formulated powder to act on spills in four ways. It absorbs moisture, it deodorizes, in the case of vomit it neutralises gastric acid and then it claims dirt and other spill debris as it dries, ready for wiping or vacuuming away on most surfaces, including carpet. After removing the bulk of the spill and wiping up with a damp cloth, the final drying process may take a day or so if carpet sustains heavy wetting. Once fully dry, final crusty residue can be vacuumed away.
There are other uses. Clear-Up can be used to assist with the wet removal of built up grime on student chairs and desks. Please also be aware that Clear-Up may bleach certain fibres or it may be the case that the product has simply cleaned a very dirty area. Sometimes Clear-Up will appear to have left behind whitish marks (particularly noticeable on dark background areas when the product dries). Usually this is an indication that the product remained to collect more spill and has now dried enough to be vacuumed (if on carpet) or wiped away.
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As Clear-Up is considered low-risk/non-hazardous, under the current regulations for hazardous substances it does not require an SDS. As with any powder or dust, avoid breathing in directly at close range and use as instructed.