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Question DetailsAsked on 1/12/2015

PAVER SEALER REMOVAL

paver sealer remover,pavers turned all white who can take it off?

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Answered 4 years ago by Member Services

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You need it stripped with a Sealer Stripper - made by DuPont, SRW, SuperKrete, NewLook Easy-Strip 2000, others. Be sure the one used is recommended for the specific product - concrete (including concrete pavers/landscape blocks), brick, natural stone.


Can also be sandblasted or soda blasted (not recommneded with soft stone or brick) to get back to original material - generally required for urethane and epoxy coatings but not normally necessary with normal silicone based sealers.


Contractor - Concrete Contractor, some Pressure Washing companies but be sure to check reviews - most pressure washing companies are NOT experienced in this.


Beware adjacent items and be sure contractor is going to protect from washing/pressure washing spray, because will remove house paint, some car paints and most car sealers/clearcoats, and will kill plants it hits - and don't get in gardens/planters either. Will kill lawn in concentrated doses too, but splash not bad if it is washed off fairly quickly.

Answered 4 years ago by LCD




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