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Question by  smellycat22 (1129)

How should I clean car fluids off of my garage floor?


Answer by  ladybud (1069)

For oil use alcohol or product with alcohol in it. for all other fluid's dish soap that cut's grease will work well.IF the fluid's has been their for a long time you could use muratic acid or a concrete acid cleaner.Hydrocholric acid work's well also.If it is a bunch of fluid use saw dust sweep it up after 1 hour.


Answer by  jdening (57)

Even for more noxious fluids, such as engine oil or petrol, you need some sort of absorbent powder, such as fine sand or cement powder. Sawdust can also be used pretty effectively if you have access to it. Spread the powder over the spill, then sweep it up and dispose appropriately.


Answer by  Russty (166)

For oil try pouring on cola and leave overnight. The follosing day put enough dishwashing liquid in a bucket to get a good lather and scrub. Rinse with clean water.


Answer by  bb (674)

check with local home improvement store. sometimes they carry cleaners that are designed to clean concrete. also check car for leaks.


Answer by  kennethjgoodson (4903)

The best thing to do is get kitty liter to absorb the excess fluid. You can then get a good concrete washing fluid and a hard brush and then you can clean the floor.


Answer by  ndifel20 (26)

When you're working on an automobile, fluids will be spilled. Some of these fluids may be , antifreeze or oil. Do your best to catch these in a container But for the fluid that is spilled use oil-dri or as a substitute use kitty litter. please dispose of old fluid in a manner called for by your local regulations

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