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Posted: 07 June 2019,15:53 QUOTE

The previous owner of the house my daughter has bought had at some time mixed concrete and or mortar on the patio slabs. I have used a brick  and patio cleaner to try and remove the stains. This unfortunately has made it worse.
I have read your excellent FAQ  "Fixing acid stains" and was wondering could you please tell me what type of slabs these are and what you think I could do to try and get them to somewhere near their original colour, or even a uniformity of any colour.
Thanks.

file:///C:/Users/billy/Dropbox/Camera%20uploads/Patio%20slab%20stains.jpg

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Posted: 20 June 2019,17:02 QUOTE

Sorry - those links are to files on your PC, not an online source.

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