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As luck would have it we covered a clients fence and brick with tarps. Our luck ran out because there are stains on the fence PVC and pavers.

I used thinners on the fence with some luck and oops on the brick.

Any other advice from the painting pros would help.

I was going to powerwash the brick, but I think that would make a bigger mess.

Thanks:thumbsup:
 

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As luck would have it we covered a clients fence and brick with tarps. Our luck ran out because there are stains on the fence PVC and pavers.

I used thinners on the fence with some luck and oops on the brick.

Any other advice from the painting pros would help.

I was going to powerwash the brick, but I think that would make a bigger mess.

Thanks:thumbsup:
Help me out here...stained with what...we carry a product that takes care of most everything on PVC. Can't help you with the pavers unless muriatic acid and a brush will work.
 

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Guys thanks for the advise, I used oven cleaner and it worked, the fence thinner and clean rags looks good to me so far:thumbsup:
 

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Guys thanks for the advise, I used oven cleaner and it worked, the fence thinner and clean rags looks good to me so far:thumbsup:

I told ya :thumbsup: If you stain around pavers...keep a can of spray oven cleaner in your vehicle. :clap:
 
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