159 2.4 20007 plate
19,500 DPF/EGR by
AO Silver Member
Join Date: May 2009
Location: United Kingdom
Yes I agree with both above. Neither are ideal as the car isn't driveable so cleaning is either in my garage or on my tarmac drive. No I am not deliberately making this hard just the situation I am in.
I have 1,000 litres of central heating oil (basically the same as diesel) in my heating tank but don't want the stink as the garage is connected to the house nor do I want it on my tarmac drive dissolving that.
Steam cleaner is good (I used to manage a workshop with a pit and fixed installation steam cleaner; amazing piece of kit with enough pressure at the lance to cut through coolant hoses) but once the heat is gone the grease sticks to whatever it is on. Great if you have industrial painted floor and drains going into a separator but not so good when all the grease finally settles in minute specks on my tarmac drive.
Last edited by kandlbarrett; 08-03-16 at 22:03.