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Heavy Duty Degreaser Removes Oil Stains from Concrete

Orange-Sol —  May 24, 2016

Even with the proper precautions and planning, oil changes can be messy. When changing the oil in your lawnmower, gas powered scooter, ATV or vehicle, the placement of an oil pan can make a huge difference in your clean-up efforts. Oil can leak from older cars as well as newer, but in either case, there is no turning back once the mess is made.

The heavy duty degreaser, Pro De-Solv-it Contractors’ Solvent, was specifically developed for the contractor trade, and is excellent at removing industrial stains from concrete. To remove a fresh oil spill, apply the citrus degreaser to the area, wipe or scrape, and then rinse the concrete with water. For tougher oil stains that have been around for a while, let the degreaser set up to five minutes before wiping and rinsing. Scrubbing/scraping may help speed the process but isn’t necessary. For oil stains in the automotive field, use Pro De-Solv-it Mechanics’ Solvent. It is designed to clean parts others can’t!

The citrus degreaser gets its cleaning power partially from natural ingredients; it’s safe on skin and hair. It contains citrus oils and organic wetting agents, but contains no water. If cleaning a garage, the process can occur without having to leave your garage door open or vacate the area to let it air out; there are no harmful vapors. Pro De-Solv-it Contractors Solvent is eco-friendly.

The heavy duty degreaser can be used to remove oil stains from block/brick, wood, metals, tarmac, stone, and paving; as well as carpets, clothing, and ceramic tile. All your oil stain removal needs! It is not recommended for use for extended periods on rubber materials. The citrus cleaning solvent designed for the contractor’s trade can also be used to remove asphalt, silicone, caulking, floor adhesives, roofing tar, wood seal and more.

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