Driveways are made out of porous materials like concrete and asphalt. Normally, driveways are not smooth. When you spill paint onto a driveway, it will settle to the cracks and pores, where it can be tough to remove. You should start using abrasive procedures to remove the paint and hotel to chemical paint strippers if abrasives don’t work.
Spray the driveway with water.
Sprinkle scouring powder on the paint stain.
Scrub the stain with a wire brush. Work till the paint is gone, maintaining the area wet the whole time. This procedure might not function if the paint stain is more than a few days old.
Scrub the driveway with fine steel wool if the paint is still visible. Work till the stain is gone and also maintain the driveway moist when you’re working. Sprinkle more scouring powder if the paint isn’t coming off with just steel wool.
Apply paint remover to the stain and wash with the wire brush. If you’re removing large regions of paint, work in small sections so that the paint stripper doesn’t dry completely.
Rinse the region with clear water and wash it with a push broom to remove any paint remover residue. Let it dry thoroughly.