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Old 04-24-2013, 03:25 AM
Stillwater Stillwater is offline
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Originally Posted by jmkr02 View Post
A customer had their pavers sealed and now they are milky white any solutions? They also had a good coat of poly sand applied to the surface of the bricks and forgot about the joints.
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Expensive mistake for the sealer guy, either a solvent sealer was applied then pavers were not bone dry or to much sealer was applied in the first coat, if the sealer was waterbased then the first coat was to thick and the sealer skined over not allowing it to cure. You need a solvent based stripper scrub and wipe or extreme pressure power washing and you will Mostlikely blow out some bedding sand doing it. Have at it and have fun hopefully whoever did it is a stand up guy and will do what it takes to correct it. Including a new walk at his expence if all efforts fail.
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