What goes on behind the doors of the garage workshop ends up leaving some of the toughest stains behind. As always, it remains tremendously difficult to remove oil and gas stains. Or so you would have thought. But garage mechanics and gas station operators will have come around by now. Of course, there are a number of products and methods out there that helps them to remove those really tough stains.
There are even products on the market that helps them to remove some really bad smells. If you have been working in a garage for most of your life, you will have gotten used to it by now. And strictly speaking but without wishing to encourage any form of complacency, these smells do not tend to do you much harm. But then again, what if you are inhaling those fumes? That could be pretty nasty.
Ask anyone who has to plough both body and mind into a sewer, quite literally, each and every day of his working life. And the muck that will be getting on his coveralls. Now that is pretty nasty. It’s also among the chores that the local janitor has to put up with every day. And yes, there is that too. Imagine having to clean someone else’s toilet every day, especially if he forgets to pull the chain. They may be effective, but all the cleaning methods, tools and detergents available all cost money.
But not janitorial cleaning rags. You can buy just a few for as and when you need them, or you can buy in bulk, particularly if the volume of your cleaning is pretty heavy and regular. And aside of saving you in the pocket, it also ends up saving the environment.