Suppose you had a chemical spill at your workplace. What would you do? Would you know how to neutralize the situation? If a strong acid or base (alkaline) is spilled, the first challenge is to neutralize the pH of the solution. Chemicals with a pH of 7 or higher are considered to be an acid, conversely, chemicals with a pH of 7 or lower are considered to be a base. So if the hazard chemical is an acid, adding a base can help to balance the high pH level, thus neutralizing the chemical’s toxicity. We have the chemical neutralizers you need to stop a chemical spill from spreading, including surface cleaner, battery cleaner, and oil water separator products. Zoro also the spill control kits and stations, spill containment accessories, and secondary spill containment kits you need to neutralize a chemical spill.