FAMILY OWNED BUSINESS
SpongeCo is family-owned and has been selling all-natural Dry Cleaning Chemical Sponges for over 13 years. Our sponges are the same that have been on the market for the past 20 years – All-Natural Latex Rubber!
If you are in the restoration business, own your company, are an independent start-up, or a franchise. These are the dry cleaning sponges you need. The only difference is cost; check out our prices. You won't be disappointed.
HOW TO USE:
Dry removal method requires using the Dry Cleaning – Dry Chem Sponge, also commonly referred to as a "Soot Sponge."
Use this sponge dry. Once the surface of the sponge becomes clogged with soot, remove the surface layer by shaving with a razor blade to expose a new, clean sponge surface.
Do not wring out sponge with water or clean it, or you will ruin the natural cleaning properties.
Because of their soft surface, Dry Cleaning Sponges are ideal for removing loose soot and smoke from latex paint, blown ceilings, and acoustic tiles. The sponges are used dry. It's best to begin on the ceiling since debris will often fall. Next, move to the walls. Again starting at the top and working to the bottom using straight, parallel strokes that overlap slightly.
VARIETY OF USES:
Dry Chem Sponges also an ideal product for picking up dust and dirt from areas that cannot be cleaned by water or solvents. Use the Dry Chem Sponge to wipe down acoustic tiles, to prepare surfaces for painting, to clean suede, and even to clean million-dollar oil paintings. It removes stubborn marks from drywall and wallpaper without chemicals or abrasives. Use on lampshades to remove dust and dirt. It virtually works like an eraser.
These phenomenal sponges also remove pet hair from furniture and clothes. Just wipe over the fabric, and the hair sticks to the sponge. Fire-restoration crews use this dry sponge for removing soot to avoid the smearing that occurs with damp-cleaning. Use on fireplace mantels, screens, bricks, curtains, and carpet.
There are thousands of uses for our Dry Chem Sponges. If you have an idea that isn't covered here, please contact us - we'd love to hear from you!