Problem Solving Forum (18)


How do you determine the best type of staining to impart color and seal on a 30 to 40-year-old brick building being restored with some brick-faced additions?


What is the best method for removing a day-glo orange spray graffiti from a brick wall?


What is the best combination of metal and coatings for creating bright colors on public art and sculpture, keeping in mind durability, cost, maintenance, and gloss and color retention?


What type of material should I use to achieve bright, bold colors on a concrete floor that gets heavy foot traffic?


What should be considered in replacing a wooden deck with one made of concrete, in terms of the options for appearance, color, cost? I've seen articles about stains, integral coloring, and other decorative treatments, as well as lighter-weight concrete, but it's not easy to compare and judge the options.


What’s the best way to protect porous masonry from graffiti?


How do I deal with the small cracks and fractures that occur along the edges and corners of the stone imprints in some of my stamped concrete work?


What is the best way for me to assure I'm getting what I want when I specify a decorative finish such as glazing or gilding?


What is the best combination of metal and coatings for creating bright colors on public art and sculpture, keeping in mind durability, cost, maintenance, and gloss and color retention?


What is the best combination of metal (for instance, steel or aluminum) and coatings for creating bright colors on public art and sculpture, considering durability, initial cost, maintenance burden, resistance to vandalism, and gloss and color retention.


What type of material should I use to achieve bright, bold colors on a concrete floor with heavy foot traffic?


How should a conflict between requirements, such as film thickness, on a product data sheet and the specification be resolved?


What are the pros and cons of acid-staining a concrete floor?


What is the best way for me to assure I’m getting what I want when I specify a decorative finish such as glazing or gilding?


Is it sufficient to specify simply that paint should be applied "according to the manufacturer’s instructions?" If not, what kind of detail should be included?


What is the best combination of metal and coatings for creating bright colors on public art and sculpture, keeping in mind durability, cost, maintenance, and gloss and color retention?


What type of material should I use to achieve bright, bold colors on a concrete floor that gets heavy foot traffic?


What is the best way for me to assure I'm getting what I want when I specify a decorative finish such as glazing or gilding?


 
 
   

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