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Nyco-OM1 Series Stovetop & Oven Cleaner

OM1 Series Stovetop & Oven Cleaner


Powered by Omnia™ from Eastman


OM¹ Series® Stove & Oven Cleaner provides extra-powerful, fast penetration of greasy stovetop spills and carbonized oven soils in ovens. It cleans and shines ceramic, porcelain and other stovetop and oven surfaces. Powered by high-performance Omnia™ from Eastman, it contains no harsh chemicals, will not harm hard surfaces, and is safer for people and the environment. Omnia meets DfE’s criteria for safer solvents and is listed with the highest rating by the EPA’s Safer Chemical Ingredient Listing.

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  • Quickly penetrates carbonized and baked-on soils
  • Powerful cleaning for stovetops and oven interiors
  • Easy spray & wipe RTU formula
  • pH neutral formula is safe for people and the environment
  • Non-hazardous, non-corrosive and readily biodegradable
  • Cleans with no harsh chemical fumes
  • Lively lemon-sunshine scent
  • Powered by Omnia™ from Eastman


Nyco Introduces New pH Neutral Ever-Pine Disinfectant!

Nyco - 3/9/16

Among your choices for disinfectants is new Nyco Ever-Pine. Formulated to be pH neutral, Ever-Pine has broad spectrum kill claims and is also a cleaner, deodorant and virucide. Ask your Nyco representative about Ever-Pine!

Nyco Ever-Pine
One-Step Disinfectant, Germicidal and Deodorant

  • Fresh pine scent without the pine oil
  • pH neutral formulation
  • Antibiotic resistant bacterial efficacy
  • Virucidal*
  • Fungicidal / Mildewcidal


Bobrick - Mirror Care & Maintenance

Bobrick - 2/16/16

In an effort to ensure proper care, maintenance, and handling of mirrors, Bobrick is pleased to share two new technical bulletins: TB-94 Bobrick Mirror Care and Maintenance  explains how to properly clean and install mirrors to avoid silver spoilage or other damage, some of which may result in voiding of the warranty.  TB-101 Bobrick Mirror Shipment Information provides information on what to look for when receiving mirror shipments from carriers to spot potential damage caused during transit. 


Both technical bulletins are available on the Bobrick website under the Literature Support / Advisory Bulletins section.  If you have any questions regarding these bulletins, please contact Bobrick Customer Service for clarification.     


Simple Safety Steps that Minimize Injuries

Clean Link - 3/17/16

Impact Products, a manufacturer of safety products including protective eye gear, is honoring Workplace Eye Wellness Month, occurring in March of each year, with a series of tips and suggestions to promote eye safety.
Every 60 seconds, someone working in the U.S. injuries their eyes. This amounts to an estimated 2,000 eye injuries occurring each day and the financial burden, along with the personal suffering, can be staggering.
The average cost associated with an eye injury is nearly $1,500 but more serious injuries can cost as much as $300,000 per occurrence in lost production time, medical expenses, and insurance costs.

"What we know is that most of these eye injuries are preventable," says Jeffrey Gayer, Vice President of Product Development & Marketing for Impact Products, LLC.  "And this is why we are playing such an active role this year supporting Workplace Eye Wellness Month."
Among Gayer's suggestions are these steps employers and workers can take to protect the health of their eyes:
Know the hazards. Select eye gear based on the potential hazards in the workplace. Some eye gear is designed to protect eyes from chemical spills, others to defend against wood chips or particles that become airborne, and still others to shield eyes from ultraviolet light.
Select comfortable eye gear. Many workers refuse to wear protective eye gear because it is uncomfortable or they find it simply too unattractive to wear. Work with your staff to select eye gear that is not only comfortable, but good-looking. "If they like the way it looks, they are more likely to wear them."
Select OSHA and ANSI approved eye gear: Both OSHA and ANSI (American National Standards Institute) have standards and guidelines to help employers and workers select the most durable, effective, and protective eye gear.
Select eye gear made of polycarbonate (PC): PC is used in airplanes and the face shields of astronaut helmets; this is a soft material that allows it to absorb energy from impact, is resistant to diluted acids, alcohols, grease and oil.
"It is also highly recommended to select eye gear with anti-scratch and anti-fog coatings," adds Gayer. "Not only do these coatings help protect vision, they help ensure that the worker will wear the eye gear, our primary goal."