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Whats best for cleaning up oil from driveway or just concrete floors? The SWMBO is on the rampage!!!!!

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I use the Purple Stuff, I don't what it's called but you can get it a homedepot and most parts stores. It's a good degreaser but be careful it very slippery...plus a 3500psi cleaner would also be good.

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I bought a big gallon jug of something at Autozone that did the trick nice, got a spray thing (techie term) for it; spray on, hose off, watch the oil disappear along w/ the neighbor's grass /forums/images/icons/wink.gif

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Comes in 1 gal jugs and is the best I've ever seen. I also use it in my parts washer. Use gloves though, it also eats skin..........*G*.

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hey thanks gents. gona pick up some Tomm..

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Acetone works wonders for fresh oil spills, makes it look like nothing happened. I can't recall how it does on old stains might want to try it.
 
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