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Remove oil stains from concrete by mixing trisodium phosphate with water and an absorbent material. TSP is a strong detergent that helps to break up the stain. As the water evaporates from the absorbent, the material soa... More »

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An inexpensive home remedy for removing oil stains from concrete is applying a layer of absorbent material like baby powder or cat litter to the stain, allowing it to sit overnight and then using a grease-cutting deterge... More »

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Remove oil stains from concrete driveway using baking soda and hot water, or trisodium phosphate and hot water. However, trisodium phosphate is not applicable for asphalt driveways. For stubborn oil stains, apply muriati... More »

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