Family INSISTED on deep-fried Turkey for Christmas.
A little too much oil in the fry pot & it overflowed. Now, I have several
square feet of paver stone coated in deep-fry oil.
Any recommendations on what to use to remove it??
Thanks for any help!
Did the same on my patio and on some pavers as well. Get a bottle of Dawn, and a scrub brush, or nylon (plastic) bristle broom. Wet the area down, pour on some dawn and scrub it in and rince it off. You'll be suprised.
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Until recently, it was the only dish detergent that wasn't advertised to
have any stupid characteristics, like cutesy scents, or the ability to make
hands softer. It was the closest thing to some of the harsher commercial
products. The original Dawn is still this way. You can probably degrease an
engine with it.
My brother works for Union Pacific as and engine mechanic. They use Dawn in
industrial quantities as a degreaser and for general grease cleanup of
floors. He was the one that told me to use it to clean up the patio on one
of our thanksgivings.
Tide powder is also quite good. My mechanic uses it to clean difficult oil
spots on his shop floor. He sprinkles some powder on the spot, then mists it
to make a thick paste. Let's it sit for a while, then hits it with a boat
deck brush (on a broom handle).
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