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Renovating Historic Structures

From D+D Print, May 2013

by Burt Olhiser, Vantage Point Consulting

Historic renovation work is time-consuming and delicate, but well-worth the effort....
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Tagged categories: Burt Olhiser; Historic Preservation; Historic Structures; Maintenance + Renovation

Comment from VCBud Jenkins, (5/17/2013, 12:03 PM)

One concern with sandblasting lead-containing paints is that the powder will be sent throughout the neighborhood. Most of my clients will not risk sandblasting old houses painted before 1978 although I have waterblasted off peeling paint without any complaints. Generally, scraping with a liquid lubricant seems to be the only non-polluting way to get lead paint off safely. There are vacuums for catching sand blasting as it is applied but it seems risky.


Comment from Tom Schwerdt, (5/20/2013, 11:46 AM)

We use full SSPC Guide 6, 1A containment for blasting lead-containing paints.


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