Oil Eater® Questions & Answers

Things to Remember when Using Oil Eater® Cleaners & Degreasers

  • Always use on a cool surface
  • Always spot test in an inconspicuous area on any surface before use
  • The less porous the surface is (i.e. no wax floors vs. uncoated concrete) the more diluted Oil Eater should be
  • If the surface feels a little slippery after rinsing, add more water to your solution

What Else Can I Use Oil Eater on Besides My Driveway?

Use Oil Eater on: Concrete, asphalt, fabric, vinyl, plastic, rubber, stainless steel, metal, fiberglass, porcelain, wood, ceramic, granite, marble, painted and coated surfaces. To Clean: Oil, grease, carbon, ink, marker, food stains (ketchup, mustard, salad dressing, sauces, baby formula, etc.), wine, coffee, tea, juice, blood, urine, pet stains, tree sap, bird droppings, soot, cigarette & cigar smoke and black streaks. From: Driveways, garage floors, walls, carpet, upholstery, ceilings, ceramic, quarry & tile floors, no wax floors, baseboards, entrance mats, clothing, shoes, grills, ovens, stove tops & hoods, patio furniture, brick pavers, vinyl, & aluminum siding, decks, trash cans, refrigerators, freezers, lawn mowers, lawn & garden equipment, sports uniforms & equipment, pool decks & filters, fans, blinds, cupboards, countertops, tubs, showers, sinks, toilets, fireplaces, boats, RV's, ATV's, snowmobiles, motorcycles, bicycles, engines, tires, floor mats, dash boards, etc. Using a: Pressure washer, towel, brush, broom, garden hose, pump-up sprayer, foam gun, sponge, paper towel.