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Old 05-25-2012, 12:02 PM
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I must start with DUH
I spilled about 1/2 quart of wvo in the bed of my truck and being pressed for time grabbed a shovel and through some dirt on it then off I went on my merry way without a second thought. Then today after another oil run and a fresh spill I figured it was time to clean out my truck bed. Guess what happens when wvo turns to poly when mixed with dirt from upstate sc, yep red concrete and on a rhino liner impossible to get it all up even with a pressure washer. Soooo to recap dirt on motor oil or transmission fluid good, dirt on wvo bad, very bad.

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Old 05-26-2012, 01:43 PM
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Dude that sucks.

I've spilled probably about 20 accumulative gallons in the bed of my truck.

It's ALWAYS an OH SNAP! moment.
I feel your pain.
Thanks for sharing
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You try steam to get it off?


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bio-sol 610, citri-solve, or a new one I found the other day specifically for dissolving oilwell paraffins,and tars, ( Rhinogreenfx.com rigwash)
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