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  1. I was called out for an Oil Stain Removal at this home in Tomball Texas located outside of Houston. The homeowner had tried a wide variety of products, all store bought. They had all tried pressure washing using high pressure and muriatic acid was also tried. The problem with using most store bought products is they will not work. Most are only strong enough for mild degreasing and are not practical for heavy oil stain treatment. The use of acid products do nothing for oil, and in fact when used in wrong strength, can etch the concrete. Etching the concrete means it removes layers of the
  2. One of my favorite products to use for oil stains is the Eat Oils BT200....it does a great job of removing oil stains, but you must be patient with it. It's not like a traditional degreaser. It has microbes that eat the oil and grease. It also does a great job on mold and mildew. Normal dwell time is 45 minutes to 1 hour. If you have any questions post them here.
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