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    Default How to remove harden cement on rough tile

    I've tiled my house using rough tiles and there are some cement stains on them..Since tile surface is a bot rough than regular tile, it's hard to remove them..I tried using heavy dirt tile cleaner and i worked to a certain extent but not completely..What Can I do to remove them completely.

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    Please don't use anything like brick acid, it will etch and even totally discolour the tiles. The use of a wide blade razor scraper will work on getting the adhesive off them.. A Gundlach scraper is very good for this..

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    Quote Originally Posted by veraP View Post
    I've tiled my house using rough tiles and there are some cement stains on them..Since tile surface is a bot rough than regular tile, it's hard to remove them..I tried using heavy dirt tile cleaner and i worked to a certain extent but not completely..What Can I do to remove them completely.
    Use swimming pool acid. Hydrochloric acid. Used that a lot and work fine.

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    Hydrocloric acid bubbles concrete!

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    You could just use a scaler or scraper

 

 

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