FAQS

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS ABOUT SPILLFIX

Q.

Where can I find an SDS for SpillFix?

A.

Please go HERE to download the SDS and other Technical Documents.

Q.

Can SpillFix absorb water?

A.

Yes. SpillFix will also absorb mixed oil & water.

Q.

Can SpillFix absorb beer?

A.

Yes. For an extensive LIST of what SpillFix can clean up, go HERE.

Q.

Does SpillFix contain Silica dust?

A.

NO! SpillFix 100% Natural, dust-free and safe for people, pets and planet.

Q.

How does SpillFix compare with the use of absorbent mats or pads?

A.

For a detailed comparison of SpillFix vs Absorbent mats or pads please go HERE.

Q.

Is SpillFix better than Zeolite?

A.

For a detailed comparison of SpillFix vs Zeolite please go HERE.

Q.

Do you have any customer reviews or testimonials?

A.

Yes, you can read testimonials from current Industrial users HERE. You can also find more extensive Industrial user case studies HERE.

Q.

Can SpillFix be used in food production or preparation?

A.

Yes, Spillfix is NSF (National Sanitation Foundation) certified as safe to use around food handling and preparation.

Q.

Can SpillFix be used in facilities that make organic products?

A.

Yes, Spillfix is OMRI (Organic Materials Review Institute) Listed for use in Organic production.

Q.

Do you have any Case Studies from users of SpillFix?

A.

Yes, you can read extensive Industrial user Case Studies HERE.

Q.

Can SpillFix be used in LEAN production methods?

A.

Yes, please see extensive SpillFix for LEAN production information HERE

Q.

Where can I get a sample of SpillFix?

A.

Please request free SpillFix sample packs HERE

Q.

What is SpillFix and where does it come from?

A.

SpillFix is an all-natural absorbent made 100% from coconuts. Coconut trees grow naturally in tropical and subtropical coastal areas, and consequently, most of the world’s coconut supply comes from South Asia, particularly from India, Sri Lanka, Indonesia, Thailand, and the Philippines. While the interior flesh and milk from the coconut are used for food and cosmetic products, the husk (or coir) is a fibrous substance that is used for clothing, rope, bedding, and a variety of other products. Also contained within the husk is a more granular substance (the pith) from which SpillFix is derived. Until recently, this substance was considered to be little more than a waste product of the coconut industry. But the creator of SpillFix researched the tremendous absorptive qualities of coconut pith and began producing it as an agricultural growth medium, pet bedding and litter, and an effective absorbent for liquid spill mitigation. Today, SpillFix is used in a variety of industrial, commercial and home applications to handle liquid spills both large and small. Read the full SpillFix Story HERE

  • Star
  • Star
  • Star
  • Star
  • Star

"I have yet to encounter a spill or leak this product can’t handle."

Ground Operations Administrator, FedEX