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Mr Thirsty - The Original Water Eater

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Mr. Thirsty The Original Water Eater, a 100% organic, super absorbent product, produced by Sheen Kleen, Inc., is the only product of its kind that can absorb 1000% of its weight in water, soapy water, caustics, or oil. Mr. Thirsty The Original Water Eater can prevent water damage and save valuable time spent cleaning for every home and office.

Sheen Kleen Inc., established in 1985, is the first company to develop this unique high tech organic, super absorbent product. A leader in the industrial market, the liquid absorbing products of Sheen Kleen Inc are already being used in businesses the size of General Motors and Ford Motor Company, as well as libraries and schools, to soak up leakage around machinery and to protect valued items.


“Our industrial products have been very well received .” says Albert R. Cowling, President of Sheen Kleen Inc.  “It seemed natural to me to make the same advantages available to the home.”

Mr. Thirsty The Original Water Eater, which can be used in any area that has condensation, water leakage, dampness or mildew, is made of super absorbent and compounds which absorb and lock in more than ten pounds of liquid.  After it’s been absorbed, the liquid can’t be pressed out and it won’t leak out.
“Everyone should have one,” say Mr. Cowling.  “Sooner or later an accident is going to happen – a spill, appliance leak or heavy rainstorm.  We can’t stop those things from happening, but with Mr. Thirsty The Original Water Eater you will be ready whenever they occur.”

The uses in the home are endless.  Mr. Thirsty The Original Water Eater can also function as a draft stopper and help reduce your heating and cooling bills.


So, if it is up to Albert R. Cowling, every household in America will have Mr. Thirsty The Original Water Eater in their home.  Or even two, or three.


Mr. Thirsty The Original Water Eater, was presented to the public for the first time at The National Home Center Show in Chicago on March 13, 1988.

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