How do you remove oil stains from my driveway? This is a question that we get all the time and from people looking for an easy solution.
We’ve all been there. We come home to our castle only to turn in and see all of those unsightly oil stains. You drag out the pressure washer, hook it up to the water, turn it on and find out the gas is old. Change that out, get it started and blast away at your concrete. (Shh, don’t tell the EPA). Then, after about an hour of work, you return to find out that the oil stain is still there and that freak spray to the side blasted part of the concrete out of the spacer and gave you a chip in your driveway.
With Bio-Dry’s waterless concrete cleaner, in a matter of minutes the oil stains can be covered and start to break down. For deeper stains, repeating the minute long process may be needed. No damage to expansion joints, no blasted concrete chips, and no breakdown of your concrete. Think that’s not important? Get a quote to replace your driveway. I talked to someone this morning that was quoted $15,000 to replace his driveway. That’s a lot of vacations, steaks and Bio-Dry you can buy for much less.
Interested in buying Bio-Dry Concrete Cleaner? Here is a link to our waterless cleaner: Buy Now
Looking for more than just your driveway or looking to get the whole neighborhood? We also sell in larger containers like our 45 pound container available by clicking here
Here is a great video showing an oil stain on a driveway over a 5 week period using Bio-Dry Concrete Cleaner to absorb and breakdown the oil stain without harming the environment.