RE: [sccpartners] Limestone problem John Freitag
15 May 2012 08:26 EDT
RSR would probably not work as effectively as the iron out poultice. It
would take many tubes of RSR 2000 to cover this stain to try to remove it.
John E Freitag
The Stone & Tile School
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John. Would rsr-2000 work?
BiO Tile & Grout Restoration
On May 14, 2012, at 3:47 PM, "John Freitag"
> First it appears that water is getting under the stone and thus causing
> stone to oxide. I would first try to determine where the moisture is
> under the stone and allow the stone to dry, perhaps even place a
> dehumidifier in the area to assist in drying the floor. then apply a
> poultice to remove the iron stains.,
> I would open the floor with a 120 diamond to assist in the drying and then
> apply the poultice using iron out. This may take several application to
> Unless you stop the moisture from getting into the stone the oxidation is
> going to occur again. Be sure to seal after you remove all the stains.
> Also the iron out is going to etch the stone so you will need to refinish
> the stone.
> John E Freitag
> The Stone & Tile School
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> Cell 407-615-0134
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