How to Remove Grease from Concrete?

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To remove grease from concrete, you need to soak up the greasy substance with a towel. Cover the remains of the stain with saw dust and allow the dust to absorb the oil from the grease. Sweep the saw dust with a broom and pour warm water over the grease to wet the surface. You then sprinkle over powdered detergent over the stain. Finally rinse your concrete with water and dry it with a towel.
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1. Place a thick coat of baking soda over the entire grease stain. Let it sit for 30 minutes. 2. Rinse a nylon scrub brush under water and drizzle the brush with dish soap.
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I learned this from my grandpa, I don't know how it works, but it just sort of does. Put fresh cat litter on the grease. Leave it on for a couple hours, and when you sweep it up,
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Overview Grease and rust soak into concrete, making their stains difficult to remove. A cleaner must be used that is strong enough to break up or absorb the grease or rust. Several
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1 Cover the spot with clean white blotter. Ad 2 Iron over it with a hot iron. 3 Keep moving the blotter around the spot until the grease has all lifted up. 1 Use a piece of pipe clay
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How to Remove Grease From Concrete Floors
Greasy leaks from cars can lead to stains on your garage's concrete floors. Concrete floors have a porous surface, which allows substances to soak into the concrete. Once absorbed into concrete, grease is hard to extract. Attacking the grease as soon as... More »
Difficulty: Moderate
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Sprinkle Talcum powder across the area of concrete that contains the grease. Let it dry and sweep it away. This should remove most, if not all, of the grease.
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