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When a specification calls for removal of only loose coating rather than complete coating removal from a masonry substrate, what surface preparation methods are most likely to work without damaging the intact coating that is left on the surface?


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From john schultz of o-gee paint co on August 13, 2019:
Hot water jetting at 3500-4000 psi is very effective.

From Todd Guntner of Mid-Atlantic Coatings on August 9, 2019:
SSPC SP 12, Waterjetting at 3500-4000 psi, and SP 2, Hand Tool Cleaning

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Tagged categories: Asia Pacific; EMEA (Europe, Middle East and Africa); Latin America; Masonry coatings; North America; Surface preparation; Surface Preparation


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