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Posted: 17 June 2019,19:22 QUOTE

Got a problem on a job. Just laid some porcelain paving, and some granite edges, and part of the landscaping involves removing a cast iron lampost. The lampost is buried too far down, so in an attemot to cut it off, i have tried a disc cutter with a metal cutting blade, its not had much impact.
However, the dust settled on the paving and has stained it noe after all the rain! I thought i had swept it all off, but alas no.
Any ideas? A pressure washer is not touching it


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Posted: 19 June 2019,13:19 QUOTE

Tensid's Ferrous stain remover should do it Dan.

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Posted: 19 June 2019,21:05 QUOTE

Cheers roger!

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Posted: 20 June 2019,17:38 QUOTE

Did it work?

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Posted: 17 July 2019,18:48 QUOTE

Not tried the stuff roger suggested, as yet. The customers father in law  brought some stuff from amazon. It was a clear liquid that turned ribena colour, and smelled like it too, when it came into contact with it. It got most off, but not all. Now i am going to try rogers stuff!

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