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piewacket337

06:01AM | 01/10/04
Member Since: 01/09/04
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We have 1" brick pavers that had hot wax spilled on in several places.
After removing all possible by mechanical means we still have "stains" on the pavers. I intend to try newspaper and a hot iron but suspect this will not work. Looking for any suggestions or actual experiance with same problem.

PaverPro

04:03PM | 03/10/04
Member Since: 03/09/04
32 lifetime posts
Hello piewacket337,

A pressure washer on low pressure will surely clean the wax. Do not try heat, that will only make things worse, especially if the bricks havent been sealed. A steam pressure washer will only create hot wax again. Don't just clean the affected area. For consistency sake and best results, clean the entire surface. Consider a sealer as well. See my post on cleaning pavers in the Gardening and Landscaping section.

George Nicula

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Professional Landscaping Companies, LLC

Traverse City, Michigan

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