The Masonry Restoration Cleaning Guide is intended to be used as a general guide in developing an appropriate cleaning campaign for existing and historic masonry, therefore this information may not apply in unique situations. We recommend always beginning with the least aggressive cleaning method. Whichever cleaning method(s) are chosen, always test in discreet but representative locations before the cleaning campaign. When utilizing a proprietary cleaner, work with the manufacturer to determine if the product/method is appropriate for your project.

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