Hi! It’s Xavier Zuniga, your intrepid and overly generous Warehouse Manager. I’ve been busy in the testing center once again. To keep things sort of simple I picked my next product to test alphabetically which took me to Hell Fire. Hell Fire is not a best seller but it does have a loyal following (in fact it recently sold out with more stock coming in two days, no worries) and I figured I was probably overdue for a trip to Hell Fire given my behavior. Ah, who am I kidding? I am a total angel, very giving of myself and always ready to lend a hand, or whatever is required, to a buddy in need! That said, let’s plunge into the depths of Hell Fire.
My experience of Hell Fire, spread over two different testing sessions, was of a solid and decent product. I rate it as a mild to medium. To be clear, I don’t think that a product rated mild to medium is an inherently bad product, rather it is one that has some specific situations in which it is ideal.
So often we are asked “what is the strongest cleaner” and that is a difficult question to answer since so much depends on your personal preferences and needs. And I find that I don’t always need the “strongest” cleaner in every situation. For me, the intensity of a really strong cleaner can be exactly the wrong thing if I want to extend a session that I find particularly satisfying.
Situations in which I find a milder cleaner, such as Hell Fire, might be preferable include but are not necessarily limited to:
- Early stages of the cleaning process;
- Solo work, especially if I want to take my time about it;
- Especially connected or intense duo, or more, cleaning tasks where I want to extend my engagement time without “finishing” too soon;
- Training a person who is new to the use of solvent cleaners.
I use a variety of cleaners exactly because there are differences. I think there is a place for Hell Fire in just about anyone’s cleaning kit. I would encourage anyone to give it a try.
Hell Fire is also one of our most attractively priced cleaners as well.
Stay tuned to us here at Poppers4U for the latest “popping” news, product descriptions and reviews. I intend to hit the testing center again soon to break into the Double Scorpio supplies (this is a hard sell with Neal given that Double Scorpio is our most expensive line of cleaners) to see what all the hype is about. And, I thank you for following my adventures in the testing center and beyond!