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Author Topic:   Floor dry!!!!!!!!!!
JDF Motorsports
Member
posted November 15, 2003 04:41 PM
Kitty Litter works pretty good......cheap too!


Eljojo
Member
posted November 15, 2003 05:58 PM
Red Georgia clay..free samples! I haven't bought oil dry i years.


racer17j
Member
posted November 15, 2003 08:49 PM
i'm with jam on this one cheapo supermarket kitty litter is all i have ever used at work we got some stuff from napa that works pertty good but thats on thier dime not mine


iowaracer6993
Member
posted November 15, 2003 09:40 PM
jam is right kitty litter is what u want


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Originally posted by JDF Motorsports:
Anyone know of a better brand of floor dry than the new Hi-Dry. I used to use the stuff in the 40lbs white bag. Now they have switched to some orange crud in a brown bag and it doesn't work worth a darn!!! I'd be better off to go get some sand out of the kids sand box. Is there any other brand that hardware stores, or Walmart sells that would work better, or at least as good as the old stuff?



racenmotorsports
Member
posted November 15, 2003 10:05 PM
I do a lot of woodworking. Sawdust works great, and it's easy to get rid of.


66jj
Member
posted November 15, 2003 10:09 PM
napa has a fine and course grade.

the fine works really well. it is cheaper than kitty liter.

wermm
Member
posted November 16, 2003 11:02 AM
I also use the stuff fron Napa. Works good for me, but before I sweep it up I put my foot down and give it a little twist.


wizzard
Member
posted November 16, 2003 11:32 AM
el cheapo kitty litter is all I have ever used.


autoshop
Member
posted November 17, 2003 04:36 PM
Spill Magic! Great stuff!! Walmart sells it.


gonfast
Member
posted November 19, 2003 09:33 PM
Eagle Picher Floor Dry is the best that I have ever found works better than kitty litter ever thought of doing. You can use it over and over as long as you don't pick up antifreeze with it, then its over.


NJantz
Member
posted November 20, 2003 09:26 AM
The stuff from Napa works really good.

If you want to get away from floor dry altogether, seal your floor with a Urethane coating from Sherwin Williams. All the oil wipes right up, and the place stays a lot cleaner cause you don't get floor dry dust every where. The coating is not harmed by solvents either. Once and a while you will need to squirt some de-greaser on it and hose it off.

JRB13
Member
posted November 20, 2003 09:19 PM
IF YOU WORK IN AM AUTO SERV. DEPT. THE SHAVINGS FROM TURNING ROTORS ON A BRAKE LATHE WORK GREAT ALSO


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