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Old 04-22-2015, 03:51 PM
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Kids botched seal job, can it be fixed?

One of the HOA's we do maintenance for wanted us to check our resources to see if this crap job is fixable without demo. I don't know what they slapped on this wall but it's very thick.
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Old 04-26-2015, 03:04 PM
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I'd try rolling on some paint stripper/varnish remover, letting it sit for a few, and then power wash it off with an oscillatIing tip. The brand that's available around my parts, is called Dad's Easy Strip. If it seems to work, it will probably take a few applications. You could also try sand blasting, perhaps.
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Dry ice blasting. No messy cleanup. Guys that do mold removal/abatement in your area will be able to dry ice blast it for you.
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Old 05-01-2015, 04:00 PM
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I'd try rolling on some paint stripper/varnish remover, letting it sit for a few, and then power wash it off with an oscillatIing tip. The brand that's available around my parts, is called Dad's Easy Strip. If it seems to work, it will probably take a few applications. You could also try sand blasting, perhaps.
If you find a solvent that works, and it starts to dissolve the splatter, there is a good chance of taking a small stain and making it bigger.

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Dry ice blasting. No messy cleanup. Guys that do mold removal/abatement in your area will be able to dry ice blast it for you.
Not a bad idea. Though I'm not so sure dry ice is required here.

You could probably get good results with a hammer and chisel too.
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