Now that warmer weather is just around the corner, a lot of folks are doing their spring cleaning — and that includes businesses, schools, libraries and the like. In many cases, that cleaning involves removing salt stains left over from the winter, when it was tracked in on shoes or equipment. Because salt is an alkaline, the key is finding a “neutralizer” — an acidic cleaner that will dissolve the dried salt so it can be rinsed away. Ask us about the best cleaning agents to take care of such problems.