Bill, Just a tip for the future. Next time you paint in the driveway, put
the car on stands, get it all ready to paint, then spray water down over the
driveway (being careful not to wet down the car or whatever you are
painting). This keeps the paint off of the driveway etc. and keeps the dust
down when spraying. Works for me!
> Since my garage is attached to the house, when I paint in the
> garage, the fumes stink up the house. Since they bother
> my wife, in the name of domestic harmon,y I try to keep painting
> in the garage at a minimum. So yesterday it was nice out
> and I was spray painting up a storm. Well today I notice that
> the overspray/cloud painted a good portion of my concrete
> driveway. There was tire on the ground so now my driveway
> is much darker with a large white ring. Very noticeable.
> Once again in the name of domestic harmony, how do I clean
> up the this mess. I was going to try tide and a stiff scrub
> brush. Any other ideas?
> Bill Gilroy