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- Instead of merely mopping up wet oil, cover the slick with kitty litter, sand or cornmeal which will absorb the oil before it has a chance to soak in.
- Let the material lie in place for at least 12-hours before sweeping it up.
- If there’s still a telltale stain on the pavement, wet the stain with water and use a stiff bristle brush or broom to scrub the spot after applying a paste of baking soda and water.
- If that still doesn’t do the trick, try mixing a little powdered laundry detergent with water to form a paste. Slather the mixture atop the stain and allow it to stand for a day. Then scrub and rinse.
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a. Blot any excess oil or grease.
b. Pour a puddle of cola atop the stain.
c. Allow it to sit overnight
d. Soak up the cola with a garage towel
e. Rinse the area with warm water and a squirt of dish detergent
f. Let this sit for 5-minutes, then hose off the soapy water and blot dry.