RE: [sccpartners] Sunshine Coast-20110614-00128.jpg John Freitag 14 Jun 2011 11:47 EDT


I think I would look at using the stripper and add some honing powders. Also
try using a brush to remove it. If the tile is etched for the slip resist,
then the sodium silicate is probably into the anti- slip pore of the tile.
This could be tough to remove.

John E. Freitag
The Stone and Tile School
Office 407-567-7652
Cell 407-615-0134

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From: Mike Marsoun []
Sent: Monday, June 13, 2011 10:48 PM
To: Restoration and Maintenance
Subject: [sccpartners] Sunshine Coast-20110614-00128.jpg

A complex that wanted waterproofinng of the grout. So someone came and
mopped on a sodium siliconate sealer and it left this residue. I did samples
with a stripper and black pad, weighted machine and it worked fine, but
these balconies, it is thicker and not working. It is glazed ceramic with a
non slip (glazed in glass bead) surface.
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