The entrance hall of the building, on a height of 1m20, was granite, then painted to the ceiling. I think we were wrong to agree to cover the granite with clear waxed concrete which has not been very clear since then. I would like to know if there are products to remove this polished concrete and find below the granite.
On the walls, it's more likely a waxed coating. These coatings, mostly based on mineral materials, react poorly to strippers. Some can be peeled off with a steam stripper for wallpaper and a riflard, which will be used to remove the wax coating once the latter has been softened by the action of the stripper. It remains sanding, noisy, dusty and may damage the surface of the granite.
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