Hydraulic fluid remover

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  1. bill

    bill Active Member
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    Can anyone help and tell me wot to use to get hydraulic fluid off of a block paving driveway thanks
     
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  2. daveyboy

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    Petrol..pour a little over the stain as it works like wd40 does on thick oil and thins it out and breaks it down..then give it a good blast
    Or pour a little on it if just spots and use a blowtorch with mapgas and burn it out
     
  3. bill

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    Thanks Davey wot sort of money would you charge
     
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    No idea mate as i don't do pressure washing
    I just know from experience how to get rid of stains
    Put petrol on it with a rag so it soaks in to the stain and give a minute to soak
    Keep the blowtorch moving or the blocks can blow out little craters if you keep it still
    Mapgas burns hotter and is best to use
    I had to do this on my driveway when i knocked a driveshaft out and had gearbox oil everywhere
    Found a vid on utube
     
  5. bill

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    Cheers dave
     
  6. bill

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    Sorry Dave its not paving its asphalt any ideas thanks
     
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