Category Archives: Containment

Secondary Containment Can Prevent Costly Cleanups

Have you ever had a bottle of cooking oil with a tiny crack in the bottle? If you have, then you know what a mess it can be to clean up the cabinet that it's stored in! We have. And that's why we store the bottle of oil in a old cake pan in the cabinet.…
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Showing the Way By Getting In the Trenches

No one here at Blackwell's, Inc. likes to be called "The Boss"  especially the boss. But the company officers and salesmen here (including "The Boss") understand the difficulties our guys in the trenches face and these men are willing to roll up their sleeves, get their hands dirty, and dive into any challenge. Just last…
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Sandblasting As a Cleaning Method

It's a messy job. And without precautions it can be somewhat of a dangerous job. But if done properly, sandblasting is a very effective way to remove rust from steel and cast iron. [caption id="attachment_599" align="alignleft" width="300"] Before sandblasting to remove rust. This component known as a "butterfly" protects the bottom of a piece of…
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A Seamless Floor and Cove Base

Think about it.  In any room (that is, if it is a normal room), the walls and the floor meet at a 90 degree angle.  That angle can make cleaning the floor a difficult job.  Mops, brooms and brushes just don't reach into that wall-floor junction very well, allowing dirt and water to collect, which…
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