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Permatex Fast Orange Grime Magnet Sponge Is Designed for Oil Spills

The new Permatex Fast Orange Grime Magnet absorbs 14 times its weight in petroleum products and cleans oil from a variety of surfaces, including hands and arms, according to the company.
<p>The new Permatex Fast Orange Grime Magnet absorbs 14 times its weight in petroleum products and cleans oil from a variety of surfaces, including hands and arms, according to the company.</p>

The new Permatex Fast Orange Grime Magnet is a soap-infused sponge designed to quickly and effortlessly absorb oil and other petroleum products from vehicle surfaces, garage floors, shop tools, and hands and arms.

Infused with the cleaning performance of Fast Orange pumice hand cleaner, the Fast Orange Grime Magnet can also be used to clean oil and petroleum products on hands and arms.

It is specially designed to absorb spilled oil and still be able to clean surfaces of any residual mess. The Fast Orange Grime Magnet can be used in the garage, shower, or work place. It works with or without water.

Constructed from renewable, plant-based foam, the Fast Orange Grime Magnet can absorb 14 times its weight in petroleum products, while repelling water. This ensures that oil and grease remain trapped in the sponge and won’t rub back on to surfaces or the user, according to the company. Since it repels water, Fast Orange Grime Magnet does not collect mildew or mold, meaning it can be used over and over again.

Permatex says the Fast Orange Grime Magnet replaces the need for inefficient shop towels, surface cleaning products, and multiple hand and arm soaps.

Permatex is a manufacturer, distributor, and marketer of premium chemical products to the automotive maintenance and repair markets. The company markets a wide range of products under brand names such as Permatex, Fast Orange, Spray Nine, The Right Stuf, Threadlocker Gel Twist, and Grez-Off.

Permatex currently operates in the United States, Canada, Mexico, and the U.K. and exports products to more than 85 countries around the world. North American operations include Permatex’s headquarters in Hartford, Conn., and a manufacturing, distribution, and technical center located in Solon, Ohio.

Permatex is a division of ITW (Illinois Tool Works Inc.), a U.S. based corporation, founded in 1912. ITW is a Fortune 200 diversified manufacturing company.

For more information, visit www.permatex.com.

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