04:25AM | 10/11/05
Member Since: 10/10/05
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We recently got a new stained stamped cement patio. We had a party to celebrate and had a portable fire pit burning during the party. Several pieces of wood fell out of the fire pit and landed on the patio during the evening. We'd pick them back up and put them in the fire but the next day we noticed we have burn marks on the patio now. Any way to get this out or mask it?


11:54AM | 10/15/05
Member Since: 12/27/02
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My guess would be any regular cleaner, the dye is impregnated into the concrete you needn't worry about that.

You could call your contractor that installed it, they will let you know the best cleaners, and how they did the dyes... at any rate try the cleaner in a inconspicuous tiny spot before you go at the burn mark.

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