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Huge oil slick on driveway. Follow OS' advice for use of CSC and it did a superb job on the oil.

Unfortunately CSC had no effect on the brake fluid and transmission oil.

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dish soap and cat litter grind the cat litter into the CC with your shoes and wash away, repeat until stain is gone
 

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Powdered laundry soap, grind it in with your foot then rinse, works great
 

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Orange hand cleaner, Dawn soap, bleach, scrub brush and a power washer
 

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lmagee said:
Powdered laundry soap, grind it in with your foot then rinse, works great


Powdered tide!!!

We just cleaned our driveway with it because we spilled a ton of tranny fluid, so we ran to pathmark and picked up a box. gets it super clean, and your neighboorhood will smell like a laundromat. Its gotta be powdered tide though, and id recomend working it in with a push broom.

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Hooking the pressurewasher up to a hot water tap will help a lot to break up the oil. Brake cleaner or powered dish detergent have worked well for me before.
 

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Gasoline. Build a dam with the kitty litter. Then pour the gas on the stain. Let it soak for a few minutes and then scrub it with a bristle brush. Cover it completely with kitty litter and let it sit a day or 2. When you sweep it up it will be completely clean underneath. Turns my garage floor white actually. Not EPA approved. :flipoff2:
 

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Gasoline. Build a dam with the kitty litter. Then pour the gas on the stain. Let it soak for a few minutes and then scrub it with a bristle brush. Cover it completely with kitty litter and let it sit a day or 2. When you sweep it up it will be completely clean underneath. Turns my garage floor white actually. Not EPA approved. :flipoff2:
make sure your neighbor doesnt wonder whats up and wander over with a smoke lit up :nuke:
 

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Hammerlock said:
Gasoline. Build a dam with the kitty litter. Then pour the gas on the stain. Let it soak for a few minutes and then scrub it with a bristle brush. Cover it completely with kitty litter and let it sit a day or 2. When you sweep it up it will be completely clean underneath. Turns my garage floor white actually. Not EPA approved. :flipoff2:
So is colorado a "screw the EPA" kinda state? NJ is full of liberals and they are bastards with that kinda stuff.

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