How to Clean Gas Pumps & Fuel Stations
It is common for c-stores and gas stations to experience grimy, dirty fuel islands. Diesel and other residues can build up over time on hard surfaces like gasoline dispensers, pump handles, concrete surfaces and more. Use the following instructions for an efficient, time-saving method to remove diesel from metal surfaces. This method works on heavy-duty stains and gets the job done right in an easy way! Effective on garbage cans, pump handles and cradles, nozzles, hoses, and fuel dispensers. OTIS Multi-Surface Cleaner is one solution to all these problems!
What You Will Need:
- 2 empty (32 oz.) spray bottles – one labeled as OTIS and the other labeled as WATER
- OTIS Super Concentrate
- Optional: cleaning rag
- To create a cleaning mixture, combine 3 scoops (tsp) of the OTIS and 32 oz. of water into OTIS spray bottle. Mix thoroughly.
- Fill WATER bottle with 32 oz. of water.
- Gather both spray bottles and continue the cleaning process.
- Spray OTIS solution onto affected area using the “jet stream” setting on the spray bottle.
- TIP: Spray starting from top to bottom. Use a generous amount of solution to allow grime to drain-off the surface.
- Next, spray water on the surface you just sprayed with OTIS to rinse off the diesel, dirt and grime. No scrubbing is necessary but a rag may be used to dry the area after the surface is properly rinsed.
- Repeat this process weekly or as needed.