How to Remove Fat Splashed on Pavers

Two Methods:Baking Soda MethodDeep Cleaning Method

Concrete based pavers are quite porous, and if you have been eagerly grilling around the pavers and slopped a bit of fat onto them, you're probably after a solution for removing the unsightly mark that has since taken hold. Try these simple solutions before going for heavier cleaning products.

Method 1
Baking Soda Method

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    For fresh messes:
    • Sprinkle baking soda (bicarbonate of soda) over the pavers.
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    • Pour a little vinegar directly onto the baking soda. It will immediately fizz.
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    • Scrub the fizzy area well using a strong nylon scrubbing brush.
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    • Repeat if needed. Allow to dry.
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Method 2
Deep Cleaning Method

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    For deeper stains that haven't been dealt with immediately:
    • Mix the plaster of Paris with water to make into a thick paste.
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    • Mix the detergent thoroughly.
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    • Spread the mixture onto the stain and leave to dry.
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    • Scrub the plaster off and wash off any remaining bits.
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Things You'll Need

  • Baking Soda Method:
    • Baking soda (bicarbonate of soda)
    • Vinegar
    • Nylon scrubbing brush
  • Deep Cleaning Method:
    • 1 cup plaster of Paris
    • 1 tsp detergent
    • Scrubbing brush

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Categories: Barbecue Equipment | Grease and Fat Stains