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Simple Green

Model # 2300000118202

Internet # 203643088

128 oz. Concrete and Driveway Cleaner Pressure Washer Concentrate

$11.88 /each

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Product Overview

Remove oil, grease and grime with the Simple Green Concrete and Driveway Cleaner. It removes most tough stains and discolorations (not caused by dyes). Use it with either a pressure washer or manually.

  • Concentrated formula that makes more than 11 Gal. of cleaning solution per bottle
  • Great for walkways, patios, driveways, sidewalks and any concrete surface
  • Non-toxic
  • Biodegradable
  • Non-acidic
  • Use on driveways, patios, walkways, sidewalks and more
  • Removes heavy grease, grime, dirt and soot
  • Removes mold and mildew stains
  • Cleans oxidized paint
  • Use in pressure washers or manually

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Specifications

Dimensions

Product Size (oz.) 
128 

Details

Cleaning Features 
Non-Corrosive,Safe Around Vegetation,Concentrated 
Product Form 
Liquid 
Professional/ Residential 
Residential,Professional 
Returnable 
90-Day 
Safe Around Vegetation 
Yes 
Stain Type 
Grease,Oil,Paint,Red Wine,Urine,Vomit,Antifreeze,Blood,Coffee,Dirt,Food 
Surface Type 
Tile,Stone,Concrete 
Where to Use 
Outdoor 

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty 
Manufacturer's warranty of satisfaction. Will replace or refund purchase price. 

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How many square feet will one gallon of concentrate cover (I understand that it will make 11 gallons of mix).

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Lebanon, Ohio
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September 19, 2014
Just trying to figure out how many gallons of concentrate to purchase.
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The entire bottle covers 3800 sq. feet and makes 21 usable gallons. Based on this you should be able to cover around 181 sq. ft. of surface. Hope this helps.
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It makes up to 21 gallons and can cover up to 3,800 sq. ft.
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March 29, 2015
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5540 square feet per gallon.
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Western PA
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January 2, 2015
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According to the label it makes 21 gallons of solution, not 11.
And the label says it'll cover 3800 sq ft.
Hope that helps.
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The estimated coverage per square foot can range from about 1000 to 3500 square feet, depending on the application process. According to instructions, the product is to be used full strength into a pressure washer. Results with a pressure washer can vary a great deal depending on how the product is applied, water pressure and the amount the pressure washer dilutes the solution. Higher coverage per square Read More
The estimated coverage per square foot can range from about 1000 to 3500 square feet, depending on the application process. According to instructions, the product is to be used full strength into a pressure washer. Results with a pressure washer can vary a great deal depending on how the product is applied, water pressure and the amount the pressure washer dilutes the solution. Higher coverage per square foot is usually the result of manual application when the product is is diluted to a 1:20 dilution ratio. Read Less
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if used on a patio next to grass, will it kill the grass?

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La Palma, Ca
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Make sure you follow instructions. Water down the grass and plants. Then use the product and then was down the grass and plants.
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March 30, 2015
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no
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March 29, 2015
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Saturate the grass with fresh water before cleaning, then I rinse the grass and plants again after I've finished cleaning.
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So far we've been ok, but we followed the directions to the "T". The directions state to saturate grass, plants, shrubs with water before use and again after use. If I had expensive landscaping around where I was using this I would find a way to fence off the vegetation--maybe my using plastic landscape cloth. But as I said, we haven't had a problem with the vegetation being harmed--Again, follow the Read More
So far we've been ok, but we followed the directions to the "T". The directions state to saturate grass, plants, shrubs with water before use and again after use. If I had expensive landscaping around where I was using this I would find a way to fence off the vegetation--maybe my using plastic landscape cloth. But as I said, we haven't had a problem with the vegetation being harmed--Again, follow the directions carefully.
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The product is readily biodegradable and will not kill the grass. When using Simple Green Concrete and Driveway Cleaner near grassy areas it is recommended to wet the grass and any surrounding landscaping before cleaning and to rinse the runoff into the soil after cleaning.
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Do I have to dilute it before adding it to the detergent tank? Seems it will automatically dilute with the water from the pressure washer.

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Beavercreek, Ohio
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With my pressure washer I just add the product directly to the detergent tank. Per the instructions only dilute this product when applying by hand with scrub brush and using a water hose to rinse.
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THEY RECOMMEND IT
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For lightly soiled you can dilute to 50/50.
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June 30, 2015
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Simple Green Concrete and Driveway Cleaner Pressure Washer Concentrate is meant to be used full strength into a detergent reservoir, or by dropping a siphon and filter directly into the container. The dilution recommendations on the container refer to manual application or spot treating by using a bucket or pump type sprayer.
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Can the product be applied using a garden sprayer? If so, what should the dilution be?

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I would intent to wash it off with power washer after giving the solution time to work on the discolorations
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A tank sprayer works good diluted to 1:10 to 1:20 then rinse with a garden hose after it sets for 10 minutes or so.
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Yes. As for the solution, if I remember one gallon makes 21 gallons of usable product. I think one bottle covered just over 3000 sq. feet.
Pour it one surface let it sit for a little while, if it's a really bad stain scrub with a deck brush then rinse.
Line new again.
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May 27, 2015
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When applying with a garden sprayer, the recommended dilution ratio is 1:10 for moderate soils. A stronger solution of up 1:4 can be used for heavy soils, oil, sap and other more severe buildup. Agitation with a soft bristle brush will help with heavy soils, and a thorough rinse is recommended.
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Customer Reviews

Rated 3.7 out of 5 by 45 reviewers.
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by I had higher hopes I use Simple Green for EVERYTHING and I've never been disappointed. The original SG is like magic. The lemon one is awesome in my shop, the carpet cleaner nukes doggie stains... so I thought the concrete cleaner would be similar magic. Unfortunately, it doesn't do much better than a standard degreaser. We had an oil sensor crack on us last week, and an entire pans worth of oil ended up on the driveway and garage. This calls out oil stains specifically on it's packaging so i thought that would be a good choice. I coated the floor in cleaner on low pressure, then used a deck brush to rub it in, then pressure washed it off with high pressure. It removed the standing oil and grime, but did NOTHING for the stain on the driveway (unfortunately). I attached pictures so you can see for yourself. May 25, 2016
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by Not the Best on Concrete... Thanks to the builder of our home, we have a combination concrete/asphalt driveway. This concentrate is just ok. It certainly cleans, but it doesn't get the concrete as NEAR as bright as the solution used by professional pressure washers. I would still recommend, but understand, if you're expecting a miracle, it's best to hire a professional pressure washer. July 14, 2016
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by Helps clean driveway Our driveway gets a bit dirty from wind blown vegetation, road dirt, tree seeds, shade near bushes, etc. The only way to get the concrete color back is with the use of my Honda engine powered Power Washer. By using the narrow pattern nozzle and moving the wand slowly over every square of the driveway, the color can mostly be restored. I did this with clear water from the hose on part of the driveway and then used the "128 oz. Concrete and Driveway Cleaner Pressure Washer Concentrate" on the rest of the driveway. The cleaner only helped a little bit better than plain water while keeping the progress of the nozzle the same for each trial. The driveway is quite large because we have a three car garage. Click on picture for larger image. February 16, 2016
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by Cleans average dirt and grime but not oil spots This product will clean average dirt and grime. It will not remove oil spots on the floor. it will lighten them up but you will be able to see them plainly . I found using a bleach will do better than this product in getting concrete garage floor clean. It did not hurt the grass when washed off. I used this full strength on oil spots , worked it in and let it sit. Power washed off with 25degree angle at 3100 psi. The area around the oil spot was clean and lightened up but the oil spot remained. July 4, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by An excellent concrete and driveway cleaner concentrate for manual or pressure washer application. This past weekend I gave our garage floor its spring cleaning using Simple Green's Concrete and Driveway Cleaner. I am very impressed with its ability to remove oil, salt, grease and grim that built up over the winter months. The product worked well in my gas powered pressure washer. Plus, instructions are provided on how to use the product manually if you have only a small area to clean or do not have a power washer. The instructions on the back of the bottle are clear on the amount of water to product you need to mix. It then describes the proper procedure for applying, rinsing, and protection of surrounding vegetation. April 4, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Disappointed with it's effectiveness When used with the power washer's detergent head, it did little to clean my paver patio. Washing it off was a job because it kept foaming up...suds and more suds. Plain water with a higher pressure head did the job. For me, the "simple green" product was a waste. June 7, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Does the job on concrete. Used this soap with a 2000 PSI pressure washer and it took oily stains and mold off the concrete with ease. May 3, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Beats the General Purpose Cleaner I had a synthetic hydraulic fluid leak from my tractor that I allowed to sit on the driveway for a week because of sub-freezing temps. It soaked in more than expected and my standard pressure washer cleaner didn't do that great. I let this concrete cleaner soak and kept applying several times over an hour period. Then hit it with the green nozzle(medium angle) pretty hard. It about did the trick and my big spot has almost faded out now. I think when I do it again when the concrete is hot the spot will about be gone. I like this Simple Green product. A gallon concentrate will make over 10 gallons of strong solution for HD cleaning. February 29, 2016
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