[Healeys] Oil drip protection

llennep at verizon.net llennep at verizon.net
Mon Sep 5 10:45:02 MDT 2022

I use large pieces of cardboard from furniture store discards and cut it to suit me for both my very very drippy AH and my slightly drippy 36 Chevy.  Cheap (free), foldable, light weight, cut to any shape/size.Keith

-----Original Message-----
From: Jim Ryan <ryan at jimryan.com>
To: List Healey <healeys at autox.team.net>
Sent: Sun, Sep 4, 2022 6:32 pm
Subject: [Healeys] Oil drip protection

We just got a new fancy brick driveway and there will be hell to pay if I drip oil on it.  just wondering what people use to protect the surfaces on which you park.  Preferably, I would like something that I could just slide under it when I park, and pull it out before I leave. Most things I've seen, if I leave behind when I pull away, will just blow away. I only have a couple of drips and I kind of know where they are, so I wouldn't need something really huge. I'm thinking maybe a cookie sheet, or something like that. I just wanted to see what are the options people use._______________________________________________
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