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How do you determine the best type of paint to use when repainting a block or concrete building?


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From Susan Morris of Int-Ext Environmental Finishes, Inc. on October 9, 2012:
 Potassium silicate mineral paint is the only one that will hold up for years, never flakes, peels or cracks, and does not fade plus being totaly harmless, prevents mold growth and is fireproof.

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