Last fall I made a cement sidewalk in front of the house. I dod not
have a concrete mixer so I put the redi-crete in the wash machine to
mix it. This worked quite well. When I finished the job, I was really
tired and did not clean out the wash machine. It was almost full of
left over concrete that I did not need. I completely forgot about it
until my ex-wife came here last week, and wanted to do some laundry
since her machine dont work. She opened the washer and found it full
of hard cement. How do I remove that cement?
On Feb 22, 12:39 am, firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
Wait a minute...something doesn't add up...
First you said:
"It was almost full of left over *concrete* that I did not need."
Then you said:
"She opened the washer and found it full of hard *cement*"
I think you need to find out who took the concrete out and refilled
the washer with cement then make sure they don't do it again.
Mike Rowe of the TV show dirty jobs did the jackhammer in the mixer
thing. Its a normal part of concrete mixer truck maintence.
Heard a story years ago.
The husband drove a concrete truck, he found out his wife was having a
affair with the mayor of Mc kees Rocks Pa.
The mayor bought a brand new cadilac:)
Concrete husband left for work, mayor arrived at the house, parked his
new car in front of house, went in to have some fun:)
Husband returned with concrete truck, broke window of mayors new
caddy, and filled the car with concrete.
Husband never heard a word about the car, which was totaled.
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