Many people get a great sense of satisfaction from DIY jobs around the home, like when you have completed a nice new coat of paint on either the internal or external areas of the house.

However, no matter how careful you are and plan your job, sometimes accidents and mishaps will occur and lead to a mess. Like this large paint spill that happened inside the garage and ran all the way down the driveway.

Big or small, most paint spills or splatters will quicky soak into porous surfaces like concrete, where they will leave a difficult to remove stain. Depending on the type of paint that has been spilt, the treatment and cleaning process will vary and require the use of the different cleaning solutions to effectively deal with the paint and substrate.

In the example job shown here, a large amount of water-based house paint had been spilt inside the garage and ended up covering a large section of the concrete driveway.

Using our specialist cleaning solutions, hot water pressure cleaning equipment and vacuum waste recovery units, we were able to fully clean the spill from the surface and ensured that no wastewater ran off into the street or storm water drains.

One of the most important things to do in the event of a paint spill is to act quickly to stop any run-off into drains or other areas. The spill should then be professionally treated and cleaned as soon as possible to ensure the best possible result.

So don’t delay if you have such an accident or mishap at your property. Give our customer service team a call and we’ll be onsite quickly to take care of the job.

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