by April Reinhardt
(last updated August 14, 2017)
Do you have chalk drawings of many colors on your driveway, indicative that you have young children in your home? Perhaps you've a heap of mulch in a corner of your driveway, waiting for you to transport wheelbarrows full of the stuff to deposit around your flower beds and trees, and the mulch has stained your driveway brown. Or maybe your teenager decided to change the oil of his car, and now there's a large oil stain on your driveway. If you use your driveway for purposes other than a place to park your car, then you probably need to clean it. Here are some handy tips designed to help you find a solution for cleaning your driveway:
When using dangerous chemicals such as TSP or muriatic acid, always use protective gear such as goggles, heavy duty rubber gloves, and protective clothing. Since TSP and muriatic acid are such dangerous products, use them only as a last resort, and never wash them down a storm drain. After using chemicals to clean your driveway, always use a generous amount of baking soda to neutralize the chemical action.
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