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Old 12-19-2004, 06:56   #1 (permalink)
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Question easiest way to remove oil stains?

hey guys n girls
just wondering if anyone knows of any special tricks or ways to remove oil/grease off my paved driveway. the bricks are just the normal type....but with oil on top

also the cheaper the better!! i dont wanna have to resort to paying a professional......

any thoughts opinions would be helpful. CHEERS
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Re: easiest way to remove oil stains?

I normally splash some petrol on it, brush it in with a broom and then use the a highpressure cleaner to blast it off.
Works a treat, I used to work as a spray-on-paver and that's how we got rid of oilstains.
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Re: easiest way to remove oil stains?

Try Cloudy Amonia ..... the cheaper the better .... about $1.69 per bottle ....

Just pour it on & let it sit a bit (DONT breath it in, it will knock your head off ) Then hit it with a broom & wash it off with a hose ..... should work a treat


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Re: easiest way to remove oil stains?

Kero is another one, attack with a broom then wash off, work's well if the stain's arn't to old.
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Re: easiest way to remove oil stains?

cover the rest of the driveway with oil
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Re: easiest way to remove oil stains?

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cover the rest of the driveway with oil
Or dig it up and lay a new one.

But on the hosing part, don't get caught by the water nazis though. I'm guessing about 3:00 AM might be a good time to do it. :s6:
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Prevention is better than cure! Make sure you fit a "No Holden Parking!" sign ASAP.
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Re: easiest way to remove oil stains?

my dads got sum detergent from work where he cleans trains, degreser with acid in it.... strong stuff! and it works real good
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cover the rest of the driveway with oil
now why would i want to do that, it wouldnt be cheap!
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my dads got sum detergent from work where he cleans trains, degreser with acid in it.... strong stuff! and it works real good
that sounds potent, whats it called?
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