In alt.home.repair, on Fri, 14 Oct 2016 12:03:32 -0400, micky
One more question, if the freezing ice doesn't work. I came across a
video and I see i underestimated what a hammer drill can do to concrete.
What if I drilled a 3" deep hole and put a cherry bomb in the hole, then
plugged it up somehow. Would it work like dynamite in a coal mine, or
is there something between a cherry bomb and dynamite?
I would drill holes in the concrete, then use feathers and wedges to crack it
into pieces. But I already have the rotary hammer, feathers, and wedges.
Alternatively, you could drill holes in the blob and pour in some "Dexpan".
It slowly expands, splitting the boulder or blob into pieces.
Another option, dig a large hole and use levers to push the blob in the hole.
Then cover it with dirt.
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