How do you remove mayonnaise stain from concrete?
the rain will get it of the ground or the sun will just bake it on the ground
The best way to remove a stain from concrete is to use a power washer.
There are a few ways one can remove wood stain off of concrete. One way is to use a sandblaster to remove the stains. Another method is using wood bleach, water, and a scrubbing brush.
With concrete stain, but this MUST be done before sealing the concrete.
Mayonnaise is a protein stain, so do not use hot water. Rub the stain with laundry detergent and soak it in cold water. Then wash it on a cool cycle.
The main difference between concrete paint and stain is that stain is colored and thinner. Concrete paint is used mainly to paint over top of existing concrete while stain will change the color. Stain is used more indoors than the paint.
Nothing stands out more than a dark battery acid stain on an otherwise clean garage floor. Removing battery acid stains from concrete is a simple process if the stain lifts with household chemicals. Actual lift will depend on the age of the stain
I suggest you either try to power wash it, or if that doesn't work, find the right color paint and paint over the stain
Yes you can use wood stain on concrete but it will not penetrate the concrete, it does look nice and you can use different shades together. To keep the stain on it use a concrete sealer in a couple coats, it will give it a shiny wet look. I have tried it with fake wood only because where I live I can't get concrete stain. And it looks great.
You have to wait till it fades. There is not much else that will do. I got it from another answer here.
How can you get rid of a bleaching effect when white vinegar was placed on concrete to remove cat urine?
try a concrete stain to blend the whitened area to whatever color it was before
Pure acetone. the main solvent in nail polish remover is acetone the acetone has changed the colour of the stain on the concrete, wash the area afected with pure acetone reapeat several times this will remove the other ingredents in the nail polish remover if the stain on the concrete does not return to its natural colour then sand it and restain.
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Concrete stain would be your bestbet. But u need to treat the surface before you stain. Go to Home Depot or Lowe's and ask for the prep info.
Let bleach soak on it than maybe power-wash it away.
if the concrete is not sealed its possible , it will cause the concrete to become slippery .
Concrete is a somewhat porous surface so it may be impossible to remove a stain. Grease and gasoline stains on a garage floor can be cleaned up with kitty litter. Bleach can remove some staining to a degree. A mildew cleaner made for concrete is also available for removing stains.
No, it is intended for wood and soaks in too much to look good on concrete. HD sells a good variety of concrete stain.
Bleach will only remove a small portion of the stain and the scrub brush on concrete will definitely cause permanent damage to the concrete. Once concrete is "spot treated" with improper tools, chemicals or techniques it can be permanently damaged. Battery acid stains are not rust and are a chemical reaction within the concrete. If you try Hydrochloric Acid, Hydrochloric will only remove a maximum of 60% of the stain. It is very dangerous and… Read More
You can use powdered dish detergent. Pour on stain and let it soak, then use a broom and brush it over the concrete.
If a hydraulic line on a truck burst and left stains on the concrete in your driveway will muriatic acid remove these stains?
muratic acid will remove the stain. But, if you have kids you might want to try using some tide with bleach laundry detergent and a stiff broom. Wet the area of the stain and pour on the tide. With the broom scrub the stain and let set for about 5-10 mins..rinse of and reapply if it needs it. this will remove the stain and you don't have to worry about your kids getting into the… Read More
you use stain remover to get the mustard stain out
Yes if there is mold growth on the concrete from the moisture.
what will remove copper sulfate stain in commodes
Most manufacturers of concrete stains recommend that one waits approximately 90 days after the concrete is poured. Check the instructions on the can of stain and follow the instructions and time frames accordingly.
That depends on the stain. Read the stain label and it will give you an idea.
Best Answer: Bleach will only remove a small portion of the stain and the scrub brush on concrete will definitely cause permanent damage to the concrete. Once concrete is "spot treated" with improper tools, chemicals or techniques it can be permanently damaged. Battery acid stains are not rust and are a chemical reaction within the concrete. If you try Hydrochloric Acid, Hydrochloric will only remove a maximum of 60-80% of the stain. It is very… Read More
use stain wipes
yes it can because it has a substance which is sour that can remove the stain of the shirt.
Generally not. Most stains need to absorb into the concrete. If it just sits on the surface of the sealer, the stain will likely easily wear away.
The iodine stain can be removed from the paper by washing the stain in plenty of cold water. Paper distillation can also be used to remove the iodine stain from the paper.
Hairspray is a combination stain. To remove a hairspray stain, start by rubbing the stain with liquid laundry detergent. Then wash the garment like you normally would.
To remove oil stains you should pretreat the stain with a pretreatment spray or by rubbing it with liquid laundry detergent. Sometimes the heat of the dryer can set a stain. This means that if the stain was not removed after you washed it, and the shirt has dried, it may be stuck there.
Surfectants work in stain removers to remove the stain and not damage what the stain is on. It oxidizes the stain and lifts it out of whatever its in,
Acetone is added to remove the violet stain. Then the last stain is added. If the bacteria is a Gram+, the acetone can not remove the violet.
any liquid will stain concrete, even water. If you have A "water mark" from any liquid, You can use floor dry or kitty litter and put it on then rub it in with your feel, This takes A lot of foot work but the result will be worth it if you are that woried about the stain.
Yes, blood stains clothes. It is a protein stain, and is difficult to remove. If you have a blood stain to remove, use cold water and pretreat it with OxyClean.
how do you get snow salt stain out of clothing?
Stain on asphalt can be removed with a good grease removing household cleaner. For concrete, the stain may have to be removed with muriatic acid.
You are probably not going to remove the "stain" from the cover. It has been bleached of all pigment.
It can remove stain because kamias contains a high content of oxalic acid.
Soak with a solution of windex and water distributed evenly. The stain in the concrete should be IN the concrete so let it soak 5-10 minutes (don't let it dry) and vac or mop it back up again (preferably vac).
You can remove tea stain from clothing a few different ways. You can try putting some oxy clean on the stain.
There really isn't a way to remove a paint thinner stain from wood furniture. You must repaint or re-stain the furniture.
You re-stain with a darker stain. Good luck.
Pet-stain remover works.
No. It will definitely leave a "stain", if you will, but it will come off with use. A specially formulated compound must be used that bonds with the concrete. See your local Home Depot or Lowes. It's not cheap.
remove guinness stain
A jello stain is hard to remove because it contains both a protein and a dye. Pretreat the stain with OxyClean. The wash the garment using a cold or cool water cycle.
Baking soda is the best way to remove acid stains from concrete. Dawn may remove grease stains from concrete. Vinegar is another great solvent for grease stains.