Clean concrete using brushes combined with chemical cleaners or just soap and water. Methods vary depending on how dirty the concrete is and what is soiling it. More »

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Using a concrete sealer can help extend the look of concrete surfaces, making it easy to wash off dirt and substances. The sealer acts as a repellent and stops dirt and grime from embedding in the pores of the concrete. ... More »

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Homeowners can remove oil from concrete by using a chemical concrete cleaner or degreaser, using a poultice, or sprinkling an enzyme cleaner on the spill, according to Concrete Network. The amount of oil on the concrete ... More »

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To remove paint from concrete, simply wash the concrete surface with soap, apply a suitable chemical paint stripper, and then wash again. You need chemical paint stripper, a broom, a putty knife, soap, a wire scrub brush... More »

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Castile soap, baking soda, vinegar and water are cleaners that remove dirt and grime from most surfaces in just a few moments. A bucket or sink, microfiber cloths and a clean dry cloth, such as a towel, are necessary cle... More »

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While SF Gate reports several ways to clean nylon window screens, one that provides good results involves washing them in the yard using soap and water. You need a bucket, mild liquid dish detergent, and a nylon net scru... More »

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Small amounts of concrete can be dissolved with acid-based concrete cleaners and stiff brushes. The process is hazardous and requires safety goggles, drop cloths, a respirator mask and heavy rubber work gloves as well as... More »