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Re: Concrete (I think?) on paintwork

Good suggestion (my thoughts exactly).

Because the damage is on a vertical surface, probably the best way to saturate the concrete would be to stick a sheet of kitchen roll over each affected area, and soak the roll with vinegar.

I'd try not to do this on hot paintwork or in direct sunlight - just in case either promotes a reaction with the paint. (Overnight would probably be the best idea).



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