To Clean Garage Floors (and Other Concrete Surfaces)
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Pour washing soda (sodium carbonate) generously on oil and grease spots and sprinkle with water until a paste forms. Let stand overnight. The next day, scrub with a damp brush, hose down, and wipe clean.
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