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CLEANLine

CLEANLine

CLEANLine Sprayers | Designed and manufactures for Cleaning and Disinfection.

5 Steps to Spring Cleaning your Deck!

Apr 11, 2018     CLEANLine       0 Comments   Views (585)

Summer is almost here and many of us like to gather with family and friends on our back-yard decks. Before you uncover the grill and bring out the furniture cushions, take a few hours on a sunny afternoon to perform a deep clean of your deck. Not only will it look better, but your deck will get a longer life too! ...

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Types of Sprayer Seals | Infographic

Mar 21, 2018     CLEANLine       0 Comments   Views (744)

The interior seals inside of a pressure sprayer perform several important functions. They help the pumps to operate efficiently and keep liquids from dripping or leaking. Chemicals can be very caustic and can damage the internal seals. The sprayer seals should be paired to the type of chemicals you are using....

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Trigger vs Pump Sprayers | Infographic

Mar 13, 2018     CLEANLine       0 Comments   Views (823)

Pressure sprayers are easier to use than trigger sprayers and allow users the ability to cover large surface areas in less time. They also reduce costs by dispersing solutions more quickly and efficiently than trigger sprayers....

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Chemical dwell time, does it really matter?

Feb 27, 2018     CLEANLine       1 Comments   Views (1108)

Contact time, or dwell time, refers to the amount of time that a disinfecting product needs to sit (or dwell) on a surface in order to kill organisms....

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Pressure Sprayer Seals – What You Need to Know

Feb 8, 2018     CLEANLine       0 Comments   Views (1220)

The interior seals inside of a pressure sprayer perform several important functions. There are two types of seals available that should be paired to the type of chemicals you are using....

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