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I'm new to the oil heat trade. I'm working with an experienced technician who is training me to do annual boiler cleanings/burner servicing/combustion testing. I've done about 10 cleanings, and I always seem to get some oil on the floor when I pull the nozzle assembly or during bleeding. Other than using Speedi Dri, what system/methods do you use? One idea I'm considering is getting a large cookie sheet. The shallow pan would easily fit under most burners to catch any drips, and it would also be large enough to provide a good work space to disassemble and clean nozzle assemblies. I've been spreading rags on the floor for cleanings, but this uses up an awful lot of rags. What do you think of the cookie sheet idea? Any other ideas?