Clay can be alkaline or acidic and more often alkaline. I think the problem is that the grain size of clay is so fine, < 2um and asphalt is porous. So I suspect the small particulates have leeched into the asphalt.Does any one know how to remove clay stains from asphalt?
I foolishly left some clay footprints on a neighbour's new asphalt and the acid in the clay has stained it.
She tried to scrub it off with a broom and water to no avail.
Any assistance will be appreciated.
Darn right!Says the man with 3 inches of dust on his stereo.
I could argue the planet is covered with water designed to wash all the dirt away!If God didn't like dirt everywhere why did he build the planet out of it?
The as constructed example obviously shows clean and organized was far far down on the list as I see it!
So who am I to question or assume cleanliness was in his plan!
That's a great idea Sceadwian. You can get different tips from 30 degree all the way to zero. That one will cut a brick in half.
Best idea yet.