So, I had this major infestation of ivy which
covered big sections of a 4 foot high painted
foundation wall and in some places extended
up to the brick above. My basic strategy has
been to spray the heck out of it with roundup
last fall, then go out once a month in the winter
to cut away the dead ivy that was loose. Now,
there is still a fair amount of dead ivy with a
death grip on the wall.
Whats the best way to procede now? Should
I just continue manicuring it til the wall is
almost clear, or just go ahead and try and
clean it off by force and then repaint now?
If so, whats the best approach, a scrubbrush?
On 6 Apr 2007 14:08:16 -0700, firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
Scraper, wire brush or wire wheel on drill, spot prime bare spots,
topcoat. Use safety glasses when prepping if using wire brush or
wheel. BTDTY more times than I care to remember. Seems like there is
always poison oak in with the ivy.
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