Baking Soda for Gas Spills

For gas can spills in the car, wipe up as much as you can then generously sprinkle baking soda over the spill. Leave overnight (or two days) then sweep away. Soaks up the gas and the smell!

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Editor's Note: Do not use a vacuum to remove the gasoline saturated baking soda. This could start a fire.

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March 29, 20130 found this helpful

No. This could cause your vacume cleaner to catch on fire. I am a fire fighter with a good deal of hazmat classes under my belt. The correct method would be to use kitty litter as an absorbant, then sweep it up, double bagged and given to a service station or fire dept to dispose of. You method is very unsafe and could cause severe injuries. www.ehow.com/how_4471361_clean-up-small-gasoline...

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