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Posted by kathrine gildersleeve - Created: 3 years ago
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Posted by noblesse-404553 - 3 years ago

HI Katherine,

You can also use just the basic St Marc, the Oxydrine is the stronger, just make sure to rinse whatever you're using either on before painting (if that's what you're doing).

It's best not to use it on anything porous - such as French plaster - because the alcalinity will be absorbed and may interfere with whatever you put on afterward. I have read that you can counteract this by rinsing with vinegar water, but it would be difficult to know how much vinegar to use to neutralize the surface adequately.

You can buy 'lessive de bricoleur' at BricoDepot etc., which does not need rinsing, and I've been using this as I hate rinsing!

janet

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Posted by kathrine gildersleeve - 3 years ago

Thank you, now to work!

Kathrine

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Posted by kerguen - 3 years ago

 oxydrine   (St Marc brand)