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Old 01-11-2017, 02:14 PM   #1
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Is there any recommendation for the removal of a chemist one finish on a patio? Probably 20 plus years old.

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is this what you mean ? http://elitecrete.com/wp-content/upl...tive-Stain.pdf

chenstone's a trademarked product - acid stain for concrete

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is this what you mean ? http://elitecrete.com/wp-content/upl...tive-Stain.pdf

chenstone's a trademarked product - acid stain for concrete
No its a finish from the 60-70's, its a gravel finish that is on top of the actual patio.
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Can you give us a picture of it so we know what you're talking about?
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Can you give us a picture of it so we know what you're talking about?
I'll take one tomorrow and post.
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chattahoochie ? does the finish appear to have lots of small pebbles or graded aggregate in the surface ? as noted, pics are a must !
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chattahoochie ? does the finish appear to have lots of small pebbles or graded aggregate in the surface ? as noted, pics are a must !
Yes, small gravel or aggregate exposed.
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Looks like that poly pebble stuff, only way i've seen it removed was with an air or electric hammer with a spade bit, was coming up pretty good though.
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Is there any recommendation for the removal of a chemist one finish on a patio? Probably 20 plus years old.
Ayuh,..... What do ya plan to put back down,..??
It's gonna need some hiding power,....

Even with a spade bit, there's gonna be scars,....
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our local apron store is carrying 'cementall' - an excellent consideration to replace the present coating,,, product life depends largely on proper surface prep,,, it can be colored to your choice, trowel/squeegee finish, & can be applied either w/trowel, squeege, or gauge rake

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