|> BigDaDDY wrote:
|> > We just finished mudding our garage and in the process, some of the mud
|> > fell on the floor and dried up. When we were all done, we swept most of
|> > the dust out of the garage, but to clean the floor good, we took a
|> > hose and rinsed out the garage. Anyway, we took the taping knive to the
|> > concrete ground and scraped up the hardened dried joint compound and now
|> > looks like we have scuffs in the concrete. Why would this happen? Is
|> > concrete not dry after 4 months? Is there anything I can do to fix it?
|> > Also, what works best to clean up any remaining joint compound off the
|> > floor?
|> > Thanks,
|> > matt
|> i had a house built in 1972 and they had the blown ceiling in the
|> house... every floor in the house had spots of the drywall stuff on it.
|> it did not matter as the entire house had the floor covered with tile or
|> carpet... not in the garage, i think the garage floor was scrubbed up to
|> get the stuff off the floor???? but it was the only floor to have the
|> stuff removed... even after 30 yrs... the laundry room when the tile
|> came up you could see the 2 in. sized spots of drywall they left there..
|> looked like white spots... but they did clean up the garage........
|And this answers which of the questions in the OP?
The silent plea for sympathy?
Rex in Fort Worth