Pull It Out Concrete Oil Stain Remover, 32 oz. Bottle
Pull It Out Concrete Oil Stain Remover, 32 oz. Bottle
Pull It Out Concrete Oil Stain Remover, 32 oz. Bottle
Pull It Out Concrete Oil Stain Remover, 32 oz. Bottle
Pull It Out Concrete Oil Stain Remover, 32 oz. Bottle
Pull It Out Concrete Oil Stain Remover, 32 oz. Bottle

Pull It Out Concrete Oil Stain Remover

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CHOMP! Pull It Out uses a deep penetrating formula to lift stains from porous flooring surfaces like concrete and brick. It is effective on oil or petroleum-based stains (transmission fluid, brake fluid, etc. ) commonly found on concrete and paver driveways, garage floors, parking lots, and drive-through lanes.

Fast and Easy

No hard scrubbing. No dangerous pressure washers, no acids or bleach. Concrete is like a hard sponge. Oil stains penetrate deep, making removal often impossible. Pull is out breaks down the oil, penetrates deep, and draws the oil stain out of the concrete. (test first) Cleaning oil stains from a porous surface can be very difficult. Every day ‘cleaners’ tend to drive the stain deeper into the surface, leaving shadowing stains that can be permanent.

Improve Your Home's Value

Studies show that nothing detracts more from your home’s value than dirty oil stains on your driveway. No matter how nice the rest of the home looks, the human eye will be drawn to the oil strain on the driveway. Eliminating the ugly oil stains allows people to appreciate the full value of your home and investment.

Improved Safety

Oil stains on concrete, pavers, natural stone, garages, etc are extremely slippery, especially when wet (rain or snow). Hundreds of thousands of people slip and fall on oil surfaces every year. This is especially dangerous for older and less agile people.

Healthier Home

Foot traffic from people and pets will unavoidably track oil residues from oil-stained driveways into the home and car. These oily residues permanently damage the carpet and create unnecessary stains in your home. Avoid these stains and extra related cleaning work by eliminating the problem at the source.

Test First

Numerous factors can affect how concrete accepts and releases a stain or if the stain is permanent. Type of pour, where densifiers or additives in the mix, porosity, etc can all play a role. Pull it out works by emulsifying the stain and drawing it into ‘solution’ a test spot verifies if the stain is being emulsified or if pre-treatment is needed.

Pour On

Apply pull it out concrete oil stain remover to the entire stained area. Exceed the stained area by approximately one half inch.

Let Dry

Depending on temperature and humidity , pull it out concrete oil stain remover will completely dry in a couple hours or up to a full day. Once dry , it will appear chalky white. If there are still translucent areas, the product needs more drying time.

Brush Away

After completely drying, the treated area can be brushed away with a stiff brush. A wire brush is most times the best option. Vigorously brush the dried, treated area. Sweep up the remaining cleaned area. Any white residue will fade over time.

Customer Reviews

Based on 1840 reviews
A Watkins
Super Product

I had a lawn tractor leak oil on my garage floor. The garage iis heated during the winter time so it is no colder than 53 degrees F. (I don’t know how well this product would work on outside concrete in an Iowa winter.) Chomp removed the oil stains completely. It’s a great product that does as advertised.

Amazon Customer
Stain remover

Worked well getting oil stains out of a brick fireplace but it did leave a bit of white residue behind that will likely fade over time. It did say that could happen. Overall satisfied

Actually seems to work

Used this a couple times so far removing oil stains and it actually worked! I was shocked. I had tried a couple other products in the past that didn’t work at all. So far, this item has done well.


I had an old jeep sitting in the driveway and was hardly driven. I didn’t realize there was a slow oil leak. After 2 months I moved the car and noticed the leak and what a mess it had made on my concrete pavers. I applied the solution and waited a couple of hours till it dried up. Used a wire brush and the oil was completely gone. Hosed the driveway and there was no sign of any oil. Great product.


The only thing I know that really removes old oil stains from a concrete driveway. Only problem is you have to use a lot of it multiple times! Be prepared to order multiple bottles!

Bradley S
Suppose you are like me then you are attached to your old faithful truck

Suppose you are like me then you are attached to your old faithful truck. The only problem is that old trucks tend to leak here and there. Mine is like most and started leaking from the gearbox and made a massive mess in my driveway. Being that I live in an HOA community that’s a huge problem. I used many products with my powerwasher to remove the stain. I will not say it didn’t lighten up a little but it didn’t remove it. CHOMP Concrete Oil Stain Remover: Pull It Out was a game changer. I put the product on and spread it with a brush, let it dry and the next day the stain is gone or drastically lightened up. Some tough old stains might take two applications. then you can just brush it away and remove the rest of the residue with water or rain.

A fabulous product

Definitely a game changer


Used this to help dad clean up oil in the garage. Came up instantly after following the instructions

Cleaned the oil spots completely.

I applied this and waited until the next day to remove it. It swept up easily and did not leave a residue. The oil stains were completely gone. One review I read said that it left a white spot. I think that it looks white because it not only gets rid of the oil but all the other accumulated dirt and gunk. That part of the driveway is then so much cleaner than the rest that it looks like a white spot. Several days later the spot started to fade as it got dirty again.

Adam Marvin, MD


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