Is there a way to get paint off of concrete?
Semi-gloss outdoor house paint
Paint stains, so if I were faced with this problem, I would find several shades of gray or beige, acrylic paint at my hobby store ($2-$4) and paint over it. You can still look for a paint removal option but will now have a paint stain that won't stand out.
you could try pressure washing....that usually gets anything up
Sadly, there is nothing I have found in almost twenty years in the concrete and masonry business. Acid does not work, The problem is that the concrete is so porous and soaks up the paint. The only way to remove it really is to grind it off, and that is very tedious work. Scrape off the old and paint over or grab some diamond tip grinding wheels. sorry
you can either power wash them off or have it sand blasted. power washing won't always work but sand blasting will.
Pressure washing works the best to remove most paints with the exception of epoxies. Shotblasting also works really well but it will strip the surface of the concrete as well.
by blueorpurple 5 years ago
Do you wash your car or let the car wash do it?
by jonsswagger1978 6 years ago
This forum is to discuss pressure washing, painting and home repairs. Ask any questions about ways to do things or give advice in this forum.
by bobtylor 6 years ago
Do have any ideas about the pressure washing services?
by StricktlyDating 8 years ago
Does washing fruit in water before eating them sufficiently remove any traces of pesticides?
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