How Do You Remove Antifreeze From A Concrete Driveway?

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Your radiator leaked all over the driveway. After a quick trip to the repair shop, you realize there's a pool of antifreeze spilled onto the concrete driveway, and you haven't a clue how to clean it up. Roll up your sleeves and grab a couple of common household products, and you'll have that antifreeze gone in a jiffy. Before you know it, your driveway will look as good as new, and no one will know it was covered in antifreeze just a short time ago. Pour a generous amount of kitty litter on the antifreeze spill and allow it to stand for one hour. Grind the litter into the stain with a broom, using a back and forth motion and concentrating on the heaviest part of the spill. Sweep up the litter and discard promptly. Hose down the area where the antifreeze spill was; there will be a slight stain outlining the spill. Sprinkle one cup laundry soap onto the antifreeze area of the concrete and sweep it into the stain with a back and forth motion of your broom. Hose off the driveway, rinsing ... more
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