dust on polished concrete Stephen Webb (06 Sep 2014 00:16 EDT)
Re: dust on polished concrete Randy Frye (06 Sep 2014 08:31 EDT)
Re: dust on polished concrete Baird Standish (06 Sep 2014 10:09 EDT)

Re: dust on polished concrete Baird Standish 06 Sep 2014 10:09 EDT

Sometimes if there is no dye applied contractors might skip the last step of applying a thin guard. The guard is essential for keeping a water based dye in place but not absolutely necessary otherwise. Still I think it's a good idea because it will help keep stuff from collecting on the surface and can be burnished and added to later on.

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> On Sep 6, 2014, at 12:15 AM, Stephen Webb <stephen@newlifemarblerestoration.com> wrote:
> A contractor friend had a clients concrete polished (by someone else) and she is having trouble with dust, saying it doesn't swifer off. any suggestions for a treatment? Thanks
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