BT200 Cleans Up Hydraulic Oil Spill in Florida

Doug Rucker

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Here are some pic's from a Central Florida Contractor that used the BT200 to clean up a long 600' x 2' hydraulic oil spill in a neighborhood. This contractor was extremenly pleased with how effective the BT200 worked as well as how safe the products is to use. It is Certified GREEN and contains no dangerous chemicals.

This contractor was paid rather well for being able to not only remove this stain, but remove it safely, with a safe product, and not cause damage to the pavers or to the environment.

Mark at Easy Clean Systems is a Distributor for the BT200 and can be reached at 916.638.0828 and by email at mark@easycleansystems.com and I am always available to answer any questions you may have as well.

Every contractor should have at least a gallon of BT200 on there truck.
 

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Looks great Doug....did the contractor just apply it and let it sit or did he wand it or surface clean the area? Amazing before and afters!!!!
 

Doug Rucker

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Carlos, he applied it and let it sit over night and and then either wanded or scrubbed, I am not real sure which. The first application only got it about 90% of the way up, still left a slight shadow He then ordered another pail, applied mineral spirits first, then BT200 and the results are what you see.

The problem with hydraulic oil from equipment is that you never know how old that oil has been in the machine, how many times it has been topped off and how many different brands of oil were used. Guys can be using this equipment and run low on hydro oil and they'll just throw anything in there to get the days work over. You do that several times and you've got a huge and much tougher mess to clean than just regular oil stains when you blow a hose.

The company that caused the stain was extremely pleased with the contractor that remove the stain. They were looking at having to replace or turn over all those pavers. This is a vey exclusive neighborhood in Central Florida and replacing/flipping pavers would have caused a logistical nightmare traffic wise not to mention upset home owners.
 

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Carlos, he applied it and let it sit over night and and then either wanded or scrubbed, I am not real sure which. The first application only got it about 90% of the way up, still left a slight shadow He then ordered another pail, applied mineral spirits first, then BT200 and the results are what you see.

The problem with hydraulic oil from equipment is that you never know how old that oil has been in the machine, how many times it has been topped off and how many different brands of oil were used. Guys can be using this equipment and run low on hydro oil and they'll just throw anything in there to get the days work over. You do that several times and you've got a huge and much tougher mess to clean than just regular oil stains when you blow a hose.

The company that caused the stain was extremely pleased with the contractor that remove the stain. They were looking at having to replace or turn over all those pavers. This is a vey exclusive neighborhood in Central Florida and replacing/flipping pavers would have caused a logistical nightmare traffic wise not to mention upset home owners.
Exactly.

This is what I was dealing with that dumpster I did last week or so. Hydraulic fluid line blew out on this dumpster while it was en route to a restaurant on the back of a flat bed. Needless to say it caused the fluid to go everywhere.
 

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