One of the most common issues that home owners come across is the oil stains that occur in your garage entrance or driveways. Since oil and water do not go well together, oil stains do not easily come off with water even when pressured water is applied.
One of the solutions to your oil stain problems is stain removers for outdoors. There are some known brands (such as Stain Reaper) in the market that are recommended by stone care professionals. Many of those products are safe for natural stone use. Some are specifically for concrete surfaces and even help for their restoration. They are usually odorless (or have minor odor) and are ready to use without the need of preparation.
Another option is to use water-diluted products (d-Limonene). Such products can help to lift the oil stains off from the driveways or concrete surfaces without harming them. You can apply the product directly to the stained spots. You can apply it with oil observing pads. You can even use a mop and a bucked with water diluted products. Brushes that help you scrub the surface also work well.
No matter what products you decide to use for your oil stains, it is important to follow the safety measurements and instructions on the products carefully. You may need to repeat the steps if the thickness of the stain is high and the stains have occurred long time ago. It is important to be patience for the best result.
With the developing technology, more solutions to clean the oil stains appear in the market. One of the latest ones is the use of microorganisms to remove the stains. When oxygen and enzymes react together, they melt down the oil stains. When oil is completely wiped out by these microorganisms, they also die. The result is a clean concrete surface without any stains or microorganisms.
If you decide not to handle the oil stains by yourself, it is always a good idea to consult a professional for help. Professionals at Terra Granite can guide you right in order to get the best service available for your needs. You can always call 713 690 1290 to learn more and answer your questions.
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