What are some examples of absorbents?

You can find everyday examples of absorbents from bathroom tissues and mops to towels and more. They are designed to absorb liquids that have been accidentally spilled. These absorbents are practical options for liquid spills that are not generally considered as dangerous.

Hospitals, auto repair shops, manufacturing plants, and workplaces that use hazardous liquids use specialized absorbents meant for cleaning up a wide range of liquids, like fuel, chemicals, and more. Absorbents used for these industries include socks, pillows, and oil only.

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