If your automobile leaks fluids or you spill some while filling up your vehicle, lawn mower or snow blower, your driveway may wind up with a stain or two. Fluids such as oil, transmission fluid and gas can leave a stain on paved driveways and garage floors. Because these liquids are all various, cleaning up strategies differ a little from fluid to fluid and surface to surface.
Once the pavement is dry, or if the stain was already dry, wet the stain with water and scrub with a stiff brush and a paste made from baking soda and water.
Wash the pavement with a hose and let it air dry.
If the oil spill is brand-new, start by covering the stain with feline litter, cornstarch, baking soda or cornmeal, which might help absorb the extra wetness.
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