We’ve been in business for nearly 100 years, and in that time, we’ve supplied millions upon millions of rags to our customers.
We’ve supplied everything from colored cotton rags to huck rags to terry towels. And again and again, our customers ask the same thing: “Where do my rags come from?”
And the answer is “A few different places.” Here’s a quick snapshot of some of them:
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After years of working in the cleaning products industry, we’ve gotten a lot of different questions. Two of the most common are:
- “Do all absorbent pads absorb the same amount?”
- “Which type of product should I be using?”
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When winter comes to Philadelphia, it seems like rock salt is everywhere.
We see it sold in hardware stores and supermarkets, in closets alongside other janitorial supplies, loaded in the back of public works trucks, and spread on roads, sidewalks and parking lots. Continue reading Why Rock Salt Doesn’t Always Work
We were talking with a customer recently who asked us about lint free cotton rags. And we told them what we always tell customers:
There’s no such thing. While there are plenty of low-lint rags on the market, the concept of lint free rags is something of an oxymoron. Cotton is a fiber, and like any fiber, it creates lint.
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