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sore thumb 07-18-2013 07:20 PM

Updated Request - Removing H&CŪ Concrete Water-Based Solid Color Stain
 
Since my original thread regarding how to best remove H&CŪ Concrete Water-Based Solid Color Stain from our driveway I am hoping to discover newer, less expensive and products and or services.

Thank you for your help.

stadry 07-26-2013 02:26 PM

to my knowledge, other than what you'd done/researched, there isn't any method that'll do what you want,,, in fairness, nothing works on other mfg's products, either unless you're willing to spend $$ & you're not according to your post.

in fairness, many h/o's & diy'ers are usually ignorant about proper mtls & their designed use,,, they too often rely on what sher-wms/apron/vest stores sell.

we became expert at repairing h&c's products after h/o's & diy'ers used the stuff but, w/o exception, it always included an overlay,,, obviously the work became much more expensive than originally budgeted,,, we did, however, satisfy many angered wives :laughing: your dilemma is comparable to putting 5gal of wtr into a 4gal bucket,,, just no way it works !

curious - what was the ' very effective toxic product ' you used ? a better questions might br why even use it if its toxic ?

sore thumb 07-27-2013 10:46 AM

I erred when I wrote the stripper was toxic. Bought it from ACE, forgot its name.


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