I have 2 products and have used both on concrete, asphalt, clothing etc with good results:
DRIVEAWAY, degreaser and heavy duty cleaner, 32 oz, about $4-5. Mfg by TRJN Inc. PO Bx4246, Carlsbad, CA, Part #DG 0131 or DG 6131
I am wondering if the suggestions work for gasoline too. It seems my gas tank sprung a leak and the gas has been on the driveway for at least 18 hours and seems to be almost eating the asphalt. What do you think?
i used kitty litter, dawn, stiff brush and the bleached out area from the kitty litter is the most noticeable now. any ideas for the white area? simple green helped cover the oil stain.
will i need to reseal this area of the asphalt?
We put this in as a new request:
Putting Down some clean sand over the area absorbs a lot of the spill before cleaning with a detergent. this must be swept up and discarded before sealing or cleaning. I noticed a new "primer" for use over oil stains sold at Lowes in the same area as driveway sealer. Good Luck.
OXY CLEAN or Spic'n'Span might work on that oil too. But use cat litter first to absorb as much as possible & stomp it in good. - Linne
For grease/oil stains on asphalt you might try
Trisodium Phosphate (TSP), available in stores that sell paint, and a stiff bristle brush.
Kitty litter will absorb large grease puddles, but won't remove stains. I've heard that sprinkling powdered Tide on the stain will soak most of it up, then add water and scrub with a broom, or gently use a pressure washer (careful, you might wash away the driveway). - Marti
try using some dawn dishwashing liquid. let it soak awhile and scrub with a brush
its biodegradable too.
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