Removing Fuel Oil Odors If even a small amount of fuel oil is spilled in a
home, the odor lingers. Some sprays or powders are
recommended to absorb this odor. Two brands (and there may be more) are:
"Neu-troda" made by Tankit Co., Union, N. J.
Contact a fuel oil dealer who may carry it or know
where to get such a product in your area. Some dealers get it through their wholesaler.
If spilled on a cement floor, spread an absorbent
product like "Kitty Litter" or "All-Dri" 1 to 2 inches
deep on oil stain. Leave till oil soaks up to the top.
Sweep up, and put on thinner layer; leave a couple of days and sweep up. This should blot oil out of cement. If odor still remains, sprinkle an odor-removing powder (brands suggested above or other) lightly over area and leave 2-3 days before removing.
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