: > No, don't use acetone or the like in a garage; too many
: > corners for it to collect the fumes in, even with forced
: > ventilation.
: > It's an accident waiting to happen.
: > Detergents will work, and there are also cleaners made
: > specifically to remove gas & oil from the concrete - visit a
: > local NAPA or similar auto goods store.
: > HTH,
: > Pop
: Good advice Pop, I stand corrected. Of coarse one must also
: danger of the gasoline inside the garage as well. I'm no
chemist, but aren't
: gas fumes just about as bad?
lol, that's sort of a catch-22! You'll be just as cooked after
either one, so ... 6 of one?
Seriously, I have no idea and no background to make any kind of
Physics guess. While it's slightly less flammable temp wise, the
same spark would set either one off in concentration. What I'm
not so sure of, which makes me curious, is whether the flammable
part of gasoline fumes float, combine with, or settle downward
in, the air. Alcohol et al goes everywhere and mixes well with
the atmosphere it's in, esp the water molecules, but gasoline
Maybe someone that actually knows will pipe in. But I still
wouldn't use either if I wanted to see tomorrow.