Oil Stain Removal
Oil Stain on your Driveway?
Do you have an oil spill or puddle of grease in your parking space? It may be time to call an expert in Oil Stain Removal. At Summit Wash Pros, we utilize proprietary organic absorbents, solvents, steam heat, and specialized cleaning techniques to pull as much of the oil out as possible.
It’s important to note that while there are several DIY products for Oil Stain Removal, if done improperly, you risk damage to your property by trying to clean it yourself. While it may be tempting to use a sponge or paper towel, this won’t be effective and will only push the stain deeper. We use high-pressure steam cleaners and commercial-grade cleaning solutions in our Oil Stain Removal service. If you want to save money, time, and have the job right, it’s best to call Summit Wash Pros for Oil Stain Removal. Cleaning it yourself can lead to permanent discoloration.
Our cleaning method is Eco-Friendly yet heavy duty. Our cleaners contain enzymes that when paired with heat will break down the oil and lift the majority if not all the oil out the concrete.
Contact Summit Wash Pros today!
Its simple! Visit our contact form and fill out your information. We will then contact you and talk about your service. We can either visit the oil stained area or you can send photos to our email Dustin@SWPKC.com or text it at (816) 846-0700. Then we will schedule your cleaning after the quote! Please see Terms and Conditions to see more.
Your Driveway sees it all. We recommend having regular maintenance done on your vehicles and if you do have a spill, immediately put cat litter or oil dry on the area and make sure to ground the product into the concrete. This will soak up much of the oil.
Oil isn't the most forgiving liquid, Concrete isn't the most forgiving surface, once oil penetrates concrete, its very difficult to remove. Depending on the age of the spill, 100% removal may not be possible. Concrete is very porous and it is near impossible to remove all the oil from concrete. Summit Wash pros can remove about 80-90% of the stain. You should expect a light shadow to be left behind until the sun naturally burns it out over time.