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Monday, July 26, 2010

What is scarifying?

cleaning of concrete with a machine that contains hardened steel cutter wheels on a rotating cylinder
removing coatings from concrete with a hardened metal rake
scoring wallcoverings with a multi-wheeled cutting tool before other removal activities like scraping or steaming
none of the above

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What was the former name of the American Coatings Association?

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