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Oil soak mat
#1380289 Sat Oct 10 2020 10:27 PM
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Tired of piles of oil soaked kitty litter and/or pieces of old plywood on the garage floor to catch the oil drips from the '38 and '53 I bought a roll of THIS. [] Money well spent. You get a lot for the money and very absorbent. It's perforated so you can tear off as much as you need.

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Re: Oil soak mat
Tiny #1380324 Sun Oct 11 2020 03:23 AM
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I use oil drip pans from the local FLAPS. Holds a quart or more before you have to drain or wipe out, if you don't drive over it.

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Re: Oil soak mat
Tiny #1380363 Sun Oct 11 2020 05:57 PM
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Visit the New Pig web site. They have a lot of different ways to absorb fluids.

Re: Oil soak mat
Tiny #1381056 Fri Oct 16 2020 08:43 PM
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just cut up some squares of cardboard and save your money for parts.

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