The landscaper who cares for a condo ( individual homes type of condo ) I'm
managing used a metal blade to plow the drives for his first winter season.
The blade left rust coloured scrapes on some of the drives w/ interlocking
brick. That was 3 years ago and the stains are still there. He's since
capped the blade with plastic and now only leaves white coloured scraping
stains, which seem to be removable.
The rust stains won't come out though and the homeowners are mad. They are
demanding that the landscaper repair or replace the drives that have been
damaged. He's tried to remove the stains w/ no success and is now faced w/
having to replace the drives, which would be very expensive ( insurance
isn't an option ), or end up in court. This has the potential to seriously
damage or destroy his business.
I'm wondering if there is someone who has tried removing this type of stain
before and has some advice for doing so. It seems to me that there must be
some compound out there that will do this job.