Sigh, it never ends - does it?
When we moved into our new house, there were two 'things' on the patio,
made from D-shaped landscaping blocks from Lowes. One was a
cylinder-shaped thing filled w/ dirt and plants, the other was oval w/
a goldfish pond in it. Neither were appealing to us so I removed them.
Well, not only were the blocks glued together (with Liquid Nails), but
they glued the bottom row to the aggragate (pea gravel) patio!!!! I
had to pry the blocks free w/ a wrecking bar and now I have blobs of
Before I start picking it out w/ a screw driver, is there any easy way
to remove or dissolve Scott's Liquid Nails? Some solvent or something
to soften it up? I was thinking of freezing it with upside down cans
of dusting air, then chipping it out, but that would take many many
cans. I've used this technique to remove adhesive-backed stuff before.
Here are a couple pictures shot from the deck so you can see what I