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milky coating Stephen Webb (08 Jun 2015 13:12 EDT)
Re: milky coating Baird Standish (08 Jun 2015 13:55 EDT)
Re: milky coating Stu Rosen (08 Jun 2015 14:36 EDT)
Re: milky coating stuart rosen (09 Jun 2015 08:26 EDT)
Re: milky coating Stephen Webb (09 Jun 2015 12:32 EDT)
Re: milky coating stuart rosen (09 Jun 2015 22:15 EDT)

Re: milky coating Baird Standish 08 Jun 2015 13:55 EDT

Stephen, there is a good chance that it is a thin coat of paint. I have run into Saltillo with different colored painted coatings under the sealer. There are a number of sites that cover this, but here's one that suggests masonry primer followed by acrylic floor paint followed by polymer.
http://homeguides.sfgate.com/paint-terra-cotta-floor-tiles-31807.html
B

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> On Jun 8, 2015, at 1:12 PM, Stephen Webb <stephen@newlifemarblerestoration.com> wrote:
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> I'm stripping a lanai with Mexican pavers and under the clear top coat is a milky coating that has partially come off. what sealer would produce a milky coat? I need to replace it so it matched the inside of the condo. Thanks
> Stephen
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