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Question DetailsAsked on 9/25/2016

Paver sealer remover company in NYC area

I need sealer removed from new pavers that turned white

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Can be chemically removed by a Concrete Contractor, but usually sandblasting is used - by a sandblasting specialty contractor or some concrete contractors. Some Masonry contractors also do this.


Generally, outdoor pavers should not be sealed - commonly you get moisture migration from the ground up into the pavers that accumulates white lime deposits under the sealer, which is likely what you are seeing.


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