Motor oil on brick pavers

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  1. Danny Strickland
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    Best product to remove oil from pavers please. I've used a delimonen cleaner and it helped, but the stuff wicked to the surface. Any absorbing powder available to draw it out???
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    Replace the stained ones..


    Just like carpet tiles
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    georgia clay............cat litter and do the Twist....
    gotta be the white clay NOT the darker...getting hard to find



    now DAnny
    go take a cold shower!
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  4. Jimmy L
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    Zep makes a powder that you can buy at menards for that
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    Oil dry and chubby.
  6. Danny Strickland
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    Thank you
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    Hit the oil spots with WD40. Let sit for 30 seconds to 1-minute, wipe or spray off.
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