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vegas2004

11:01AM | 04/14/04
Member Since: 04/13/04
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We used Jasco Tile Gloss and Seal on our flagstone patio. Unfortunately it left white "slime" marks on our patio. We would like to remove the entire sealer and go with another product like Glaze'n Seal. We dont like the gloss so we actually need to remove it from our entire patio. Does anyone know of a good sealer remover that would actually remove the sealer on our patio so we can use another sealer? We called Jasco and they recommended TSP which didnt work. They then suggested Jasco Adhesive remover. Would this work? How would we go about removing it. Please help!


bcabalic

08:44AM | 05/29/04
Member Since: 05/28/04
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the jasco is this murky milky white water based substance. I rolled it onto my slate and it had a white residue also. But prior to that I had applied 2 coates of this stuff called Stone Brite.

Anyways, after about 20 minutes it dried to a clear and the white residue was no longer there...

Now I dont have the same situation as you (you're using flagstone) but that's my experience with the jasco...


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