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Cement splashed on siding

Posted by patrice607 (My Page) on
Sun, Sep 16, 12 at 16:10

Just had a paver patio installed and the contractor splashed cement on our hardiboard. Any tips on how to remove cement from fiber cement board?

I've tried vinegar and a soft brush. It helped a little but is very time consuming.


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RE: Cement splashed on siding

Get a cruddy wood chisel you do not care about wrecking and pop the spots off.

It may damage the paint, but not always.


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RE: Cement splashed on siding

Yes, use an old chisel or, better yet, try a trowel or long handled paint scraper--anything to scape off the dried concrete. Even a screw driver might work. Good luck!


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RE: Cement splashed on siding

The sharper the tool the less chance of damaging the surface if handled carefully.

A 'crank neck' chisel would be the perfect tool, but they are expensive.

There is no way I would risk the damage to my 9 inch long 3/4 inch wide crank neck.

Traditional Woodworker has them, but they start around $50 for a 3/4 inch.

Smaller would be much harder to use without damage.

Here is a link that might be useful: Crank Neck Chisels


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