What is the best practice to avoid spills and drips when changing out GreaseMeister refills in the Continuous Dispenser?

When you go to replace the product refill, the first thing to do is to switch the Interval Switch (same as power switch) to “RESET/OFF”. This will prevent any spillage from the dispenser trying to trigger the product flow while you are working on it to replace the refill. After the switch is in the “OFF” Position, ease the bottom of the refill package out and forward (towards you) and gently pull it out of the receptor hole in the actuator. Replace with new package by holding the refill at a 45 degree angle and easing the package up and back (away from you) until it is firmly seated in place in the dispenser. Then turn the Interval Switch back over to 7.5 *PREFERRED SETTING* to continue operation automatically.

Since we are dealing with liquids, it is also a good practice to have a rag with you when changing out chemical containers so that drips,etc. can be addressed right when they happen.

What are the different applications for the various graffiti removers?

Continental has four graffiti remover products in our line, which are detailed as follows:

  • Untag – A wipes product that is convenient to use and effective on many types of graffiti. Best used on hard non-porous surfaces (steel, plastics, signs, etc)
  • Graffiti Gone – an aerosol with a good amount of solvent to aggressively attack paint and markers used in a lot of graffiti. Very good all-around performer
  • Graffiti Be Gone (Kit) – this two part kit is excellent for use on porous surfaces like concrete, brick, stone which can retain a residual “shadow” of the graffiti on the surface. Part A is a thick clinging product which removes the main part of the graffiti, while Part B is a thinner product designed to remove the residual shadow by pulling it out of the pores of the surface it is used on
  • Graffiti Be Gone Multi-Surface – An effective yet less aggressive product for general graffiti removal on hard non-porous surfaces. Use this where you may have concerns about the potential for surface damage on plastics, signs, outdoor furniture, etc