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How to Clean Oil From a Concrete Drivewayby HomeRepairExpert.com
You can clean oil from concrete.
Things You'll Need
- Liquid laundry detergent
- Plastic brush
- Garden hose
- Kitty Litter
- Powdered laundry detergent
Clean Old Oil Stains
Step 1Apply a thick layer of liquid laundry detergent to the oil stain. Cover the entire stain liberally with the detergent.
Step 2Create a lather of detergent and water. Apply approximately 1/4 cup of water to the detergent and mix with the brush to create a lather.
Step 3Scrub the stain vigorously with the brush. Use short, circular movements of the brush to work out the oil stain.
Step 4Rinse the stain using a garden hose. Repeat the process if necessary to completely remove the stain and detergent.
Clean Fresh Oil Stains
Step 1Immediately cover the new oil stain with a thick layer of kitty litter.
Step 2Work the kitty litter into the stain with a broom. Slowly sweep the oil-kitty litter mixture into a pile and dispose.
Step 3Apply a powdered laundry detergent to the stain. Add 1/4 cup of water, and mix with the brush to create a paste.
Step 4Scrub vigorously with the brush. Continue scrubbing with circular movements to remove the stain.
Step 5Rinse the area with a garden hose to clear away the powdered detergent and water paste.
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