How do you remove tie-dye stains from concrete?

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I was tie-dying shirts on my driveway and it stained the concrete. Now there is this big blotch of blue on my driveway that won’t come off. I’ve tried just about everything I know of. Does anyone know how to remove the stain???? Thank you

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2 Responses to How do you remove tie-dye stains from concrete?

  1. Hydroace says:

    Steven’s idea is great, but in the event the carburetor cleaner doesn’t do the job, consider covering the stain – although this option is a bit pricier. You can put concrete curing compound on the entire driveway to give everything a white color, or you can apply black asphalt sealant on the whole drive. Good luck with it.

  2. Ana Nevada says:

    In removing graffiti on your concrete countertop, several proprietary chemical strippers can be used. Graffiti stains can be made by different kinds of paint and ink, so they are usually difficult to remove. Make sure you stain cleaner contains citrus-based solvents, potassium hydroxide, or methylene chloride. For the most effective results, apply the stain cleaner on the stained area and let it stand for a couple of hours before power rinsing.

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