After using muriatic acid for mortar cleanup on bricks I read that no
contain found is capable of retaining the fumes! Looked in the
cabinet and foud EVERY piece of metal capable of being degraded was
from the fumes. Careful where it's stored.
On Mon, 23 May 2005 03:13:25 -0400, "Ross Mac"
Not sure how bad the concrete was splashed on the brick, but I was able to
use my pressure washer (3600psi) to remove concrete splattered on my brick.
You have to be very careful as the pressure washer at this high a psi, will
actually eat away at the concrete and brick.
If you don't have a pressure washer, I am sure you could rent one. Not sure
if a lower pressure version will do the work, say <2500psi.
Good thing is that it works fairly quickly. I cleaned about 15 square feet
in about 45 minutes.
Hope this helps,
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