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Lewis

Cement on slabs?

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Lewis

Hiya,

 

What's is he best way to remove cement splatter from paving slabs, on a job after a extension has been built and there is cement splatter on a few.

 

Many thanks

 

 

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steve garwood

Hi Lewis. My mate is a stone mason and he says you can buy a fluid/acid that dilutes cement

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Taxlossloz

But don't mix acid and hypo apparently you can cause a dangerous chemical reaction ... Which makes it tempting actually - might try some

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peter rogers

Hmmm sounds like he will have a blast of a time lol

 

U Congo to the builder merchants buy various items to remove cement

Foun this out a while back. I thought yea Pw wil take that off lol. Nope.

Brother is a brick layer and he brings me a 5 litre of this Larson stuff

Pour on and rub with hard brush then Pw of

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steve garwood

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Hmmm sounds like he will have a blast of a time lol

 

U Congo to the builder merchants buy various items to remove cement

Foun this out a while back. I thought yea Pw wil take that off lol. Nope.

Brother is a brick layer and he brings me a 5 litre of this Larson stuff

Pour on and rub with hard brush then Pw of

Blimey, cant believe you use a builders merchants all the way out in the Congo :)

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Mark H

Try Bostic cementone brick acid from toolstation.

 

Cementone Mortar & Brick Cleaner

Strong acid based brick cleaner concentrated for trade use only

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peter rogers

No rum and vodka is wat I drink

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