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composting acids to remove concrete from brick
Location: Denver, CO
posted 3 years ago
I have a huge pile of pavers and brick, some of which has some mortar or
on it. (It is a little too thick to be mortar, but the aggregate is fairly small, too small to be regular concrete.)
Dale had a post somewhere about using a pile of decaying maple leaves to remove the cement.
Does he or anybody else know how long this would take?
Also, would other materials work? I don't have access to maple leaves, but I do have a lot of
Some of the "bricks" are actually concrete pavers. I suppose that if it could remove the cement, it could also break down the paver surface; does anybody know how long this would take?
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