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12-29-2003 01:57 PM
Weimer Water...For some odd reason floor dry with not soak up water...
12-29-2003 02:33 AM
firebirdfanatic I swear by floor dry. At my first job in a garage, that's all the boss would use. I never found a liquid it wouldn't clean up.
12-28-2003 10:38 PM
Weimer Floor dry works the best, after you get most of it soaked up and you just have a oily mess on the floor, the best and cheapest thing that I have found to work for cleaning the floors with is powdered Spic and Span. Spray the floor down with the hose sprinkle some S and S and scrub with a broom, then rinse off with the hose again. Spic and Span also works awesome for hand cleaner...
12-28-2003 10:17 PM
dynodon my oriniggal reply was not needed so i deleted it
12-28-2003 07:18 PM
firechicken383 Scrub in Castrol Super Clean (or similar cleaner) with a brush and rinse with sprayer
12-28-2003 12:17 PM
bullheimer throw your neighbors cat in the garage and let it lick it all up.
12-26-2003 10:02 PM
71 c-10 today at work one of they guys was showing me how to dump the used coolant outa the machine we use and into the container... well were talkn and all of a sudden the hose pops out and shots coolant all over the place.... was pretty damn funny.. made a nice mess... o well not like the hazmat team right next door to the shop saw it
12-26-2003 04:30 PM
I use oil dry and work it into the floor with my shoe

I have to keep that stuff up and away from my dogs. I pulled and engine out of my Dads 87 Chevy PU and installed another. Though I drained all the anit-freez out but when the old engine but when it was rolled over on its side on the floor anti-freez ran across the floor to the drain. Boy was I glad the dogs wern't helping me that day!!!


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12-25-2003 01:01 AM
montea hah when i pulled the engine outa of a car for the first time i spilt so much anti freeze, oil, tranny fluid. the whole garage floor was covered. i put kitty litter all over and when the anit freeze gets into the cat litter make shure u dont walk all over it like i did. it sticks to your shoes like mud

your probaly not that stupid like me though
12-23-2003 06:56 PM
adtkart After you dry up as much as you can quickly, any liquid degreaser will help with the residue, as it is oily.
12-23-2003 06:21 PM
Sandflea427SS the cheap kitty the big bag....the pricey stuff in the plastic container just makes a mess.....
12-23-2003 11:06 AM
MI2600 Kitty litter.
12-23-2003 10:29 AM
Anti Freeze Mess

Whats teh best way to clean up anti freeze and does it dry. Because i spilt about a gallon on my garage floor and then i put saw dust on it and then there is still a residue once th esaw dust is removed. what should i do to clean that up. thanks in advance

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