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    Oil Leaked

    A lorry has leaked oil on the tarmac outside my house. What is the best method to use to try and clean or dissolve this? Do I use detergent, disolvente, aqua fuerte etc. Any advice would be appreciated as it picks up on the tyres of my car. Thank you.

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    Re: Oil Leaked

    Washing up liquid

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    Re: Oil Leaked

    sand can be used to absorbe the oil then an old mope with water and washing up liquid will take care of the rest

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    Re: Oil Leaked

    Thanks - very useful.

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    Re: Oil Leaked

    Try Coca Cola.

    Pour a bottle of coke on the oil spill and let is soak for a few hours. Then take a hose (ideally one that has a strong pressure) and rinse the area.

    If you cannot get a hose to the area hopefully an old mop and plenty of water should do the trick.

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