[DML] Re: Motor Oil Spill - Clean Up
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[DML] Re: Motor Oil Spill - Clean Up



Steve - Greetings from Tokyo!  Cat litter made with clay is a very 
good way of cleaning up oil spills.  You sprinkle it onto the spill, 
and let it soak up the oil for a few minutes.  Then, you sweep up 
the cat litter, and the place where the oil was spilled is usaually 
quite clean.  This material works for almost all liquid spills.  In 
an emergency, you can also soak up oil with dirt.  This works pretty 
well, although not quite as good as clay-based cat litter.

Toby Peterson  VIN 2248 "Winged1"
DeLorean Parts Northwest, LLC
www.delorean-parts.com


--- In dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx, "Steve" <p2freak@...> wrote:
>
> Group,
> 
> Just wondering.  The other day I saw a gasoline spill at a gas
> station.  The attendant was notified.  She came out and spreaded
> something that looked like kitty litter on the mess.  
> 
> Suppose you spill over a can of motor oil (doh!), what do you use 
to clean the mess up?  Dog litter?  Paper towels don't seem to work 
well.  Shop rags are expensive.










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