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How to Get Rid of Standing Water on Concrete

Puddle Sponge

Standing water causes damage over time. Fortunately, we’ve found a great solution for how to get rid of standing water on concrete.

Not only is standing water an eyesore, but also damaging to concrete. Over time, issues such as cracks, holes, and even displaced slabs may result. Eliminating the cause for standing water is often expensive and/or labor-intensive. In the meantime, the Puddle Sponge picks up standing water fast and is safe and easy to use.

Fast and effective

This hydrophilic foam and filter make the Puddle Sponge a unique solution that sets it apart from other water removal options and other puddle pillows. Many times, when puddles are removed with squeegees, shovels, and the like, the puddling issues worsen. The Puddle Sponge is an affordable, quick-and-easy option to keep your concrete intact while removing standing water.

How to Get Rid of Standing Water on Concrete

Perfect for sidewalks, driveways, and concrete basements, the Puddle Pillow will remove water without chipping at concrete or damaging nearby greenery. 

Directions for Use:
  • Lay the Puddle Sponge over the puddle
  • Press down to absorb water
  • Lift sponge and squeeze out puddle water into a bucket or grass
  • Hang the sponge on a hook/fence to dry using the fast-drying hanger loop

Also great for use on ballfields, athletic courts or playgrounds.

Product Features

  • Built to last
  • Keeps the integrity of your concrete intact
  • Includes handy quick-dry hanger loop for easy drying
  • Hydrophilic foam and filter design
  • Excellent for concrete (sidewalks, basements, driveways), playgrounds, and athletic courts
Standing water on concrete sidewalk

NOTE: With a brand-new, out-of-the-box Puddle Sponge, there will be some soap embedded in the sponge that is left from the production of the sponge. It is absolutely normal that the sponge will foam heavily the first several times it is loaded with water.

Questions? Contact Us for answers, quotes on projects, and custom orders.

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