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Old 03-09-2010, 05:59 PM   #1
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We pure the concrete. after we leave maybe after 5 hour a car ran on it. now we have a tire line on concrete but it's not deep. I sand it with wiring circular stuff and makita . but still has a little line. I thought maybe after drying concrete and changing the color they will be hide. Also we finished concrete with broom. so i don't know, can we grind it. or if we grind we will see the big gravel or not.
How about concrete stain with concrete color?
any comment,
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Holy crap bag! This sounds like lingo from the documentary Gangland.
I see a big paddlelock on this thread's future. Who's next?
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I no when can not cement,big gravel with broom slide it pure, me no not put it pure the concrete- me sorry
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I no when can not cement,big gravel with broom slide it pure, me no not put it pure the concrete- me sorry
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I sand it with wiring circular stuff and makita . but still has a little line.
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That wiring circular stuff and makita always fixed any concrete finishing problems I had.
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You know guys, I understood everything...Only I didn't get about the car - model, year, color, who was driving, front, back, tire's thread, day, night...
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Yo what my brotha's sayed you should do is getcha some mo'effin' dynoMIGHT and blow that shiznit up N' den you po' the 'crete agen and put a giant barricades in front of da mo'effin' drivewa'. Ya dig?!

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We pure the concrete. after we leave maybe after 5 hour a car ran on it. now we have a tire line on concrete but it's not deep. I sand it with wiring circular stuff and makita . but still has a little line. I thought maybe after drying concrete and changing the color they will be hide. Also we finished concrete with broom. so i don't know, can we grind it. or if we grind we will see the big gravel or not.
How about concrete stain with concrete color?
any comment,
Thanks
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We pure the concrete.
Why is this even your problem? You finished the job and someone else screwed it up. If the customer is so tight on money, let them live with it. If not, tear up that section and redo.
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wtf?


Oh! You mean the thing that might lock a Truck Box?
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My grammar, pronunciation, inflection, elocution and syntax are ALWAYS is! (See what I did there?)

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