Trying to remove oil stains from driveways can be a real challenge, especially as many domestic cleaning products simply aren’t up to the job.

Your driveway is the first thing that people see when visiting your home, so you want it to make a good impression. However, when you consider the amount of use your driveway gets day in, day out, it’s easy to see why over time it can attract all sorts of unwelcome debris and stains.

Relaying your driveway might seem like your only option, but with professional driveway cleaning you can remove those stubborn oil stains at a fraction of the price and restore your driveway to its former glory.

The process of removing oil stains from driveways to give the best results uses a number of pieces of professional equipment that far exceed the cleaning power of products available on the high street.

Industrial rotary cleaners are the most effective tool employed to remove a build-up of stubborn or ground in dirt, mud and other debris that can be bought onto driveways. Their state-of-the-art design offers deep cleaning power that easily removes ground in dirt and any weeds or algae that is spoiling the appearance of your driveway.

For those hard to lift stains, industrial strength chemicals are applied to break down and remove oil stains from driveways. Although these chemicals are powerful at dissolving such stains, the product range used by Staffordshire Drive Cleaning are environmentally safe and pet friendly, meaning no harm to the environment or health risk to pets at the property.

For those hard to reach areas, an industrial grade pressure washer is utilised to lift any remaining debris. Finally, dependent upon the material your driveway is made from, there’s the option to re-sand the area or apply sealant to protect the area from future stains or weeds and helps protects the surface against crumbling and cracks.

If you’re interested in finding out more on how Staffordshire Drive Cleaning can restore your driveway to its beautiful best, call 01543 622 585 or 07432 258 669 today.

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