Here’s a question from our 4/6/2019 Today’s Homeowner Radio Show.
Kim from Missouri asks, “I have a two-story, historic concrete house built by one man when he was 58 years old in 1910. He hand-poured cement blocks with different designs; used them to build the house, made the first-floor cement and the baseboards.
“The house was in great disrepair when I bought it, and the new stain I bought is peeling and looks terrible — what to do? I thought I would power wash again and try an acid-based paint.
“I cannot hand-scrub every block — each is imprinted differently — lots of dips and dents and surface area.”
We say try TSP and a good quality acrylic latex paint.
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Read the blog from the 4/6 show and listen to the full broadcast here