Oil Gone Easy has made a breakthrough in providing eco-friendly cleaning products that completely biodegrade tough oil spills. Home & Driveway S-200 from Oil Gone Easy helps to efficiently clean up oil spills on concrete, driveways, stone and soil.
Do you occasionally repair your own vehicle such as a car or motorcycle? Inevitably oil spills occur on your property and should be eliminated for environmental reasons. Eco-friendly cleaning products from Oil Gone Easy work efficiently by attracting nature's bacteria to literally eat the oil and thus remove unsightly stains. Prior to the invention of this oil stain remover, the only option available to remove oil stains involved the use of toxic chemicals which contaminate the environment.
Spilled oil on your driveway or in your garage may be hazardous to you and can impact your local ecosystem. We all have the occasional oil spill at home - from lawn equipment to leaking car engines. You may think a small spill is irrelevant, but imagine a 1 quart oil spill on 120 million driveways across America - thats almost 100,000 tons of toxic oil flooding into our environment. Now, envision that with one small bottle of Home & Driveway S-200, you could safely remove that oil and leave the area completely free of petrochemical contamination!
Driveway oil stains are more than just a nuisance. They lower the value of your property, present a health hazard to children and pets and provide a source of stains to be tracked into your house or car interior. Until now, even with hard work, it was never possible to completely remove a stain left by an oil that has penetrated on concrete, cement or blacktop driveways.
Introducing, Oil Gone Easy Home & Driveway S-200 - the proven and environmentally safe solution for spilled oil on your property. This oil stain remover has been used around the world to clean up oil spills. Oil Gone Easy Home & Driveway S-200 works on virtually any surface - its special formulation makes it rainproof, so it will keep working until your oil spill is eliminated. No spill is too small; take action now to make a beneficial impact on your local environment!