how to clean transmission fluid on the driveway?
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    how to clean transmission fluid on the driveway?

    Decided to change my transmission fluid yesterday and made a little bit of a mess on the ground. I tried scrubbing it with dish soap and rinse with water but doesn't feel like it did anything. What can I do?

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    I buy this white goo in a squeeze bottle at Ace Hardware. It takes up oil stains. Squeeze it on the stain, let it dry to a powder overnight, and sweep up the next day. Lemme find the bottle so I can give you the name.
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    When I worked in a gas station we used to spread something called Speedy Dry and work it into the stain with what looked like a push broom with no bristles. Pretty sure cat litter will work as well. That's what is looked like.

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