Removing Olive Oil Stain on Concrete

A large bottle of extra virgin olive oil broke and leaked onto the concrete floor of the garage. It dried up as we were away for almost three months. Now the stain looks like a dark stain. Any ideas how to get rid of this so people don't think there is a leak in concrete floor of garage! Many thanks.

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By Parker Knox

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December 6, 20170 found this helpful

Go to a commercial cleaning place. There is an absorbent made for concrete. You sprinkle it on and it soaks up. Make sure you get the one for grease and oil, not the water soluble one. Some auto garages use it as well.

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December 7, 20170 found this helpful

I would try sprinkling baking soda or cornstarch to see how much gets absorbed

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