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What is the best way to remove Liquid Rubber EPDM painted onto a concrete fish pond?

Discussion in 'Indoor/Outdoor Ponds' started by Nicole Martin, Apr 24, 2018.

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What is the best way to remove Liquid Rubber EPDM painted onto a concrete fish pond?

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  1. Nicole Martin

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    I didn't think you could, sorry can't be of any help. Might have to contact a professional. Why do you want to remove it?
     
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    i would agree that is can not be readily done without severely damaging the underlying concrete. if properly applies as a liquid, it should have molded itself into all the pores of the concrete and be extremely well bonded. cured epdm is almost completely inert -- no solvent it going to do more than swell it a little.

    again, why do you want to remove it? if it is a color / aesthetic issue, you might be able to find a colored coating that will bond to the epdm, although tht will be a challenge
     

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