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    Jun 29, 2013, 11:53 AM
    After the mastic is stripped what do I do to paint or stain the concrete
    I recently stripped probably asbestos tiles off a sun room concrete,The mastic is still there. Do I have to strip the mastic in order to paint the floor? If I have to strip he mastic how do I treat the floor in order to paint it?

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