I’ve tried lots of things over the years, but nothing beats a box of Tide powder detergent, a stiff broom and a hose. Wet the spot, sprinkle the Tide, brush it hard with the broom, let it sit for at least five minutes, wash it off. Reply
I’ve tried lots of things over the years, but nothing beats a box of Tide powder detergent, a stiff broom and a hose.
Wet the spot, sprinkle the Tide, brush it hard with the broom, let it sit for at least five minutes, wash it off.
Muratic Acid. You can find in at Swimming Pool Supply or Hardware stores.
Mix one gal of acid with four gal of water in a five gal bucket. DO NOT BREATH FUMES.
Just spread mixture on affected area and let it work for 10 minutes or so and rinse with hose. Repeat as needed. Worked very well for me. By the way… I had to treat my entire driveway. The affected area became White(Clean), so to make the concrete all 1 color I did the whole thing.
get a box of cheap, powdered automatic dishwasher detergent. Wet the concrete, pour the powder on the spots and brush it around with a broom. Let it sit for an hour or 2 and wash it off. repeat as necessary. It will bleach the concrete if it’s left on too long.
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You may have soap or cleaners already in your home that will help, and I’ll lean to Oxyclean, or a more concentrated sodium percarbonate product (like a few deck cleaners). I would avoid acids or corrosive products which could weaken the concrete surface, leading to spalling and roughness. For better results, look into actual concrete cleaning products. Having given you a reasonably responsible answer, I now feel free to share that I’ve had fairly good results with dry absorbent material on really sludgey spots and sweeping, followed by pouring some gasoline on the area and tossing a lit match down.
Loosen the stain with a good degreasing cleaner (Dawn) and a stiff brush. Allow to soak and lift the oils for at least five minutes (do not allow to dry). Rinse off with a power washer (rented if you do not want to buy 1 or have a friend that has one).
How do I get rid of a gas station on my driveway I used Dawn soap and a degreaser I also hear pins Sol works any other suggestions