Hi, another problem for you guys to advise on if you would be so kind!
Last year whilst building the extension, my beautiful old outhouse,
constructed of 1860's kent red bricks, was splattered by the morons
who pumped cement into the foundations. Their pipe blocked and
apparently it went everywhere. They managed to clean most of it up
before I returned, but there was a significant amount stuck to the
outside of the bricks that was rock hard before I had a chance to do
anything. I dont suppose anyone knows of an effective method to remove
this foundation mix without totally destroying the bricks. The stuff
on the lime mortar can be removed as it crumbles easily, but I'm stuck
for the bricks themselves. Any help gratefully received.
- posted 12 years ago