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This picture shows where the waterline used to be and how pool tile cleaning of the build-up of calcium from the waterline has caused the loss of faux paint

Faux Rock Cleaning

Calcium that gathers on the pool tile at the waterline can also gather on the faux rocks that hang down into the pool. This gathering of calcium weakens the painted surface on Faux Rocks

The problem: the gathering of calcium weakens the painted surface on Faux Rocks

To bring the rock back to life there is a special painting technique. This is a fairly technical skill because it takes a good eye for shades of color and color-matching in the “several layer” process that builds to completion to arrive at the final rock “look”.

The below pictures are of a job of faux rock cleaning and Faux Painting in Tucson that we completed and the customer said, “I am amazed how well the rocks turned out. Looks better than new”

Look the results in Tucson: ” I am amazed how well the rocks turned out. Looks better than new.”

Dear Jim, Please convey my heartfelt gratitude to your son James for his kindness and his care in removing the loose adobe from my house. I appreciate his efforts as well as the time he took to clean up all the loose adobe from the sandblasting that covered the patios, porches, and along the front wall by the cactus. I felt his empathy for my emotion in seeing my adobe turn to dust. James and his crew took the extra effort to make this experience a little easier for me. Thank you, too, for working me into your schedule. I wish you and your family a happy holiday season. Cindy


CINDY STREUR

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