Concrete cleaning

Hi all, this weekend my wife and I had a party at our house that included a keg in the attached garage. A drinking game ended up forming out there also and everything is cleaned up except the floor. I've mopped it twice, once with hot water and some simple green and once with some hot water and 409 household cleaner. It still appears to be stained and sticky and the beer odor won't go away despite the fact that it was only about 10 degrees out yesterday and I left the garage door open for several hours to air it out. The surface is super smooth so my initial thinking was that it couldn't have absorbed too deep. I have some items in there that can not be moved at this time and I fear they or their paint jobs would be ruined if I were to splash any hard core solvents on them not to mention the fact that we have a baby and two dogs in the house that I'd worry about fumes reaching, a power washer is also out since it will be too difficult to contain the spray in the area I want to clean. What can I use that is failry tame tame from the toxicity standpoint to help restore my floor to it's prior condition?
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I've had to clean transmission fluid off painted concrete floor before and had decent results with dish-soap and water and a lot of scrubbing action with a pushbroom. I don't think you need solvents, just some good old-fasioned elbow grease on this. Rinse the floor and broom head clean after scrubbing - repeat as needed.
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Jim Tiberio wrote:

The temperature is not going to be helping you. I suggest a detergent (try dish detergent or buy some concrete cleaner from the DIY store. If that does not do it, go for the power washer. In any case you will need it to be above freezing and best a lot warmer.
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