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Hypertough 23qt Oil Drain Pan (Walmart)

Discussion in 'Product Reviews' started by Getdirections, Jun 1, 2019.

  1. Jun 1, 2019 at 6:06 AM
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    Really didn’t look at it very closely before using it, the top actually slopes slightly away from the drain holes!!! Splashed oil all over my wheel and suspension and fully half of it ran over the sides and onto the ground. :thumbsup: Got a good mind to return it with the small amount of used oil it managed to catch still inside.
     
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    Sucks for sure. Hind site 20/20, studying the pic it looks like the top could easily get overfilled and make a mess.
     
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    A 4 gallon bucket works well. Preferably, one with a screw top like used for pool chemicals.
     
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    I happened to have a gallon of pour-n-restore I had bought on clearance a few years back. After I soaked up all the oil with cat litter I applied it to the stained area over night. Swept it up and hosed it off... it removed 90% of the stain!! I was impressed! Not sure how it works on older stains but really knocked out a fresh one. Kida pricy tho at $40 a gallon. But $40 vs your wife killing you in your sleep, maybe worth it?
     
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    Here's another one. I haven't used it, but this guy seems to like it.

    https://www.garagetooladvisor.com/cleaning/cleaning-oil-spills-garage-driveway/
     
  8. Jun 1, 2019 at 8:41 AM
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    Got one of these. Seems to work OK.[​IMG]
     
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  9. Jun 1, 2019 at 9:09 AM
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    Same here. I dump it before the fluid level gets to the big red drain cap though. I don't trust it not to leak.
     
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